Connecting Up Doctrine
CONNECTING UP DOCTRINE
A term relating to the admissibility of evidence which means that a fact may be admitted into evidence provided that its relevance will subsequently become apparent when it is linked to other facts presented later.
Proof that a witness was present at a certain time and place may be connected up with later evidence to show its significance to the case at bar.
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