What is RELEVANCY?

As a quality of evidence, “relevancy” means applicability to the issue joined. Relevancy is that which conduces to the proof of a pertinent hypothesis; a per- tinent hypothesis being one which, if sustained, would logically influence the issue. Whart. Ev.

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