inadmissible : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  not deserving to be admitted
    inadmissible evidence

  • And a growing number are challenging the government, claiming that al-Qahtani's information was extracted under torture and is, therefore, unreliable and inadmissible in court.
  • But when Eileen sheepishly admitted that she considered undergoing hypnosis for weight loss (hypnosis- induced memories are inadmissible in California criminal trials), George .
  • At least some of the evidence against Mohammed looks to have been gathered during harsh interrogations, which may make it inadmissible in court.
News & Articles

  • Appellate ruling in ODNR case overturned
    COLUMBUS, Ohio | During the 2010 trial of Ohio Department of Natural Resources employees David Graham, Randy Miller, Michele Ward-Tackett, James Lehman and Todd Haines, for obstruction of justice in an ODNR scandal, they contended to the court their statements were inadmissible because they were coerced by the threat of losing their jobs.
    June 6, 2013 - The Ledger Independent

  • Rene Preval in The Associated Press
    I'm not doing the CEP with international partners. I'm doing the CEP with national partners,Preval said. "The senator's proposition is inadmissible."
  • Nicolas Sarkozy in International Herald Tribune
    It is incredible, shocking and inadmissible to be able to find in the 21st century somebody who dares question the gas chambers, the Holocaust, the martyrdom of Jews. It is inadmissible,Sarkozy said on French TV on Thursday night.
  • Teixeira in The Canadian Press
    It's inadmissible to have a World Cup in Brazil without the presence of Sao Paulo,Brazilian football confederation president Ricardo Teixeira told Globo TV. "I have absolute certainty that the city and its authorities will put Sao Paulo...

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