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11.2.6 Judicial notice to be taken of certain matters
Section 410 provides that a court must accept the validity of the signatures of current or former Commission members or staff found on documents admitted to the court. That is, the court must take 'judicial notice' of the signatures (which means they must be accepted as a commonly known fact).
Any person making a statement which is admitted into evidence may be called upon as a witness for the prosecution.