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Competent Evidence: That type of evidence upon which a finding of guilt can be based.
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A family court is a court convened to decide matters and make orders in relation to family law, such as custody of children.
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Criminal evidence is any physical or verbal evidence that is presented for the purpose of proving a crime.

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Demonstrative evidence? User: Discuss the differences between the listening barriers.?
Weegy: Listening is not easy and there are a number of obstacles that stand in the way of effective listening, both within and outside the workplace. [ These barriers may be categorized as follows: Physiological Barriers This was discussed earlier under the barriers to communication. Some people may have genuine hearing problems or deficiencies that prevent them from listening properly. Once detected, they can generally be treated. Other people may have difficulty in processing information, or memory related problems which make them poor listeners. Another physiological barrier is rapid thought. Listeners have the ability to process information at the rate of approximately 500 words per minute, whereas speakers talk at around 125 words per minute. Since listeners are left with a lot of spare time, their attention may not be focused on what the speaker is saying, but may wander elsewhere. Physical Barriers These refer to distractions in the environment such as the sound of an air conditioner, cigarette smoke, or an overheated room, which interfere with the listening process. They could also be in the form of information overload. For example, if you are in a meeting with your manager and the phone rings and your mobile beeps at the same time to let you know that you have a message; it is very hard to listen carefully to what is being said. Attitudinal Barriers Pre-occupation with personal or work related problems can make it difficult to focus one s attention completely on what a speaker is saying, even if what is being said is of prime importance. Another common attitudinal barrier is egocentrism, or the belief that you are more knowledgeable than the speaker and that you have nothing new to learn from his ideas. People with this kind of closed minded attitude make very poor listeners. ] User: Develop a scenario relating to criminal justice that discusses one of the barriers. Weegy: Generally the consequences befalling an individual facing a criminal ... (More)
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Demonstrative evidence is evidence in the form of a representation of an object. This is, as opposed to, real evidence, testimony, or other forms of evidence used at trial.
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