Judicial Notice of Facts [#7]

This Notice is a rule of the law of evidence that allows a fact to be introduced into evidence if the truth is so notorious or well known

Judicial notice is a legal concept that refers to the recognition and acceptance by a court of certain facts or information.

These facts are considered to be so well-established or widely known that they do not need to be proven in court.

Once a fact has been judicially noticed, it is treated as proven in the case and does not need to be further established through evidence.

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    Rule of the law of evidence