Definition of probative in English:
Having the quality or function of proving or demonstrating something; affording proof or evidence: it places the probative burden on the defendant
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- The judge must determine the probative value of the evidence by assessing its tendency to prove a fact in issue in the case including the credibility of witness.
- This concern does not arise in a trial by judge alone such that the probative value of the evidence is outweighed by its prejudicial effect.
- All of this proceeds on the basis that hearsay evidence is probative and, therefore, relevant.
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