judicial notice

Definition of "judicial notice"
  1. The court's ability to acknowledge facts that are generally known or cannot be disputed, without requiring evidence
How to use "judicial notice" in a sentence
  1. The judge declared a judicial notice of the hot weather, as it was common knowledge that temperatures were soaring.
  2. The court took judicial notice of the current date, as nobody would dispute the day's correctness.
  3. Rather than wasting time establishing the well-known fact, the judge took judicial notice that winter is colder than summer.

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