"Why ask a question just to be told no, when you are going to present your own medical evidence later on?"
However, the court took a different view based on evidence presented in the trial.
David said, "I would like to present new evidence to this case."
The hearing on Friday was the defense's chance to present its evidence.
She presented her evidence to the court trial, but lost the case.
No evidence has been presented that he was involved in a specific act of violence.
Usually the evidence or argument against your point of view will be presented first.
The evidence of abuse was never presented to the court.
He felt something was wrong with the case and began to study the evidence presented at the original trial.
The evidence presented in court had no effect on public opinion.
On the basis of the present evidence, he does not intend to change his mind.
Equally, important is to judge based on present evidence not the past.
The parties will be invited to attend and present evidence to the panel.
On present evidence that cannot be substantiated either in terms of environment, economy, or, indeed, society.
On present evidence, it's hard to see what the Navy could have done to avoid it.
Much of the present evidence for the moral grammar is indirect.
He was not allowed to call witnesses or present certain evidence.
None of these, in fact, can be determined satisfactorily from present evidence.
From present evidence, that side of the vessel is our best chance.
Firefighters' lawyers can appear before it and present medical evidence.