When your account is blocked, there’s usually no explanation. In the past, some users suspected that the reason for their bans was something they had done, but now it seems like any user can be banned without reason. This has led many people to ask why evidence is blocked without explanation.
Evidence is blocked without explanation
You may be surprised to learn that evidence can be blocked without explanation. In fact, it’s quite common for prosecutors to withhold evidence from the defense that could help their case. In open court, this type of behavior is illegal and punishable by fines or imprisonment but once a trial is over and done with, there’s no way of getting around these rules.
Evidence can be blocked without explanation
You can’t have it both ways. Either we all have access to the same evidence and can make up our minds about it, or we don’t. If a judge decides that some evidence is so sensitive that its release would cause irreparable harm, there needs to be some sort of process by which that decision can be appealed a higher court should be able to review and overturn the lower court’s ruling.
Evidence can be blocked without explanation in open court:
In criminal cases, this happens before trial begins; in civil cases, usually when discovery has concluded and prior to trial as well. As we’ve seen, judges often use their discretion when deciding whether or not to admit certain pieces of evidence into courtrooms on grounds that they may expose witnesses or jurors (or sometimes just defendants) who are still alive today (which they tend not to appreciate). This seems reasonable enough until you realize that many verdicts hinge on one side getting hold of specific information only available through those closed-door hearings! Like when Judge Kavanaugh used his power as Chief Justice nominee and later Supreme Court justice to block several lawsuits against him from being filed at all because he’d already “had his day” under oath during confirmation hearings where his accuser was also present but couldn’t speak out due to confidentiality agreements signed by everyone involved with these proceedings.”
They don’t know why the evidence was blocked without explanation
It may be frustrating to have evidence blocked without explanation, but it’s not always done. The judge can block evidence without explanation, but it is not always done in open court. Sometimes the court will order that the evidence be blocked because they don’t want it to affect the jury’s decision.
It is important to know why the evidence was blocked
If you don’t know why the evidence was blocked without explanation, it’s important to find out. If a judge has blocked your evidence for any reason other than a lack of relevance, then there may be something you can do in response. For example, if your opponent objects too late to prevent you from introducing the evidence (as discussed above), then you might want to object even more forcefully next time so that this objection never happens again.
However, if the judge has found that your evidence does not meet Rule 702 requirements for scientific reliability and validity or Rule 1006 requirements for chain of custody and authenticity (which we will discuss below), then all hope is not lost: You can still get through with those particular pieces of evidence by submitting them along with an affidavit explaining how they are admissible under these rules or by filing a motion asking the court to reconsider its ruling on the matter (if this is possible). You should also learn from this experience so that it doesn’t happen again!
The evidence can be blocked without explanation
The evidence can be blocked without explanation in open court but still be questioned after the trial is over. You may have heard, or read, that evidence can be blocked without explanation but what does this mean? It means that the judge must provide a reason for blocking the evidence. If no reason is given, then the accused has grounds to appeal.
In contrast to most countries around the world, courts in Canada are not required to give reasons for blocking evidence. This means that judges can choose not to disclose why they’re choosing not to accept certain pieces of evidence related to a case if doing so would pose a security risk or violate someone’s privacy rights.
Evidence blocked without explanation is legal and effective
There’s no law against evidence being blocked without explanation. In fact, it’s legal and effective. Because the evidence is not available to you or the judge, there’s nothing to review in court, and thus no chance of it being challenged.
This isn’t necessarily true for all types of evidence, though a key piece of information that helped you make your case may be blocked by a judge because they don’t feel comfortable sharing it with anyone else (this happened in my case). However, if the judge can trust that this particular piece of information won’t come out during trial (like a password), then he’ll let you keep using it to get an edge over your opponent. And even if you lose on appeal later down the road? Well at least now they know who they’re dealing with!
We hope this article has helped you understand why evidence can be blocked without explanation and what steps you can take to prevent it from happening again. It is important to know that the law does allow for this type of thing but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t question it!