“When the Obamacons come for you, hola, I am sure they will ask a fact-finder to review your case and determine whether you are actually a danger or just another whackjob.”
“Fact One: Most of the prisoners in Gitmo have never had a neutral fact-finder determine whether they actually represented a threat or did whatever deed they are accused of.”
“To misinterpret the demeanour of a witness is always a danger, but it is a particular danger when the fact-finder is confronted with a witness belonging to a different culture …”
“It's going to be for a fact-finder to determine whether they had the ability to discharge him," said Barry Peek , an entertainment labor lawyer at Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein.”
“A witness who tries to be too clever in answering questions is going to destroy his or her credibility once the fact-finder realizes what is going on.”
“Also I would add that making truthful statements about facts held in court to be true seems to accentuate the role of the court as fact-finder in these cases, and prohibiting such statements undermines the role of the court.”
“A professional jury, confident of its role as fact-finder, would be more likely to distinguish when an action against an individual is legitimate, and when such an action is meant to intimidate or harass.”
“It revealed that we're mainly motivated by our fact-finder and quick-start traits, which means we're able to "specify" and "improvise.”
“But, as this was a bench trial, the judge was the fact-finder.”
“In affirming the right of Guantanamo detainees to habeas corpus, the Court was responding to the concern that without the format of an adversarial trial with reasonable evidentiary safeguards in front of a neutral fact-finder, an innocent detainee might never leave Guantanamo.”
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