QUANTITATIVE RULE

QUANTITATIVE RULE

quantitative rule. An evidentiary rule requiring that a given type of evidence is insufficient unless accompanied by additional evidence before the case is closed. ? Such a rule exists because of the known danger or weakness of certain types of evidence. ¡ª Also termed synthetic rule.
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