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inadmissible in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinadmissiblein‧ad‧mis‧si‧ble /ˌɪnədˈmɪsəbəl◂/ adjective  SCL law inadmissible information is not allowed to be used in a court of law The evidence was ruled inadmissible.inadmissibility /ˌɪnədmɪsəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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inadmissibleAccordingly, there was no basis for ruling out as necessarily inadmissible ab ante the evidence which the Crown sought to lead.The delays incurred could sometimes render samples inadmissible as evidence in court.However, since they are interspersed with shots of debris from the loch bed they are inadmissible as evidence.The testimony of Pedro Castro Tojín was ruled to be inadmissible evidence because of his relationship with the victim.Lie detector tests are inadmissible in criminal trials.Accordingly it was held that the breath specimen had been inadmissible in evidence.What is inadmissible in Lukacs's eyes is any impoverishment of this historical complexity.In the absence of the jury, counsel for the appellant submitted that the documents were inadmissible in the criminal proceedings.There was no reason to regard such evidence as inadmissible in the present case.evidence ... inadmissibleThere was no reason to regard such evidence as inadmissible in the present case.However he held that such evidence was inadmissible since the letter to Mr. Purkayastha unambiguously showed that the committee had misdirected itself.