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admissible

Law (esp of evidence) capable of being or bound to be admitted in a court of law

admissible

(algorithm)
A description of a search algorithm that is guaranteed to find a minimal solution path before any other solution paths, if a solution exists. An example of an admissible search algorithm is A* search.
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determination), the admissibility question would be whether from a legal
This Note argues that the flexible standard for admissibility of expert testimony and the abuse of discretion standard of review on appeal result in continued confusion about when expert testimony is reliable enough to be considered by the factfinder.
Also critical is the fact that Article 19 of the Rome Statute severely limits states' ability to bring multiple admissibility challenges.
The Essay concludes by arguing that, in light of the tension between admissibility and jurisdiction, the judges are right to relegate the gravity threshold to a minor role in determining the cases the Court adjudicates.
On 1 May 2012 it has submitted an admissibility challenge under Article 19(2)(b) of the Rome Statute, claiming that it was already investigating the case and that it is willing and able under its national judicial system to proceed with the case and to try the accused.
Join them in a two-hour live webcast as our panel of litigators explores admissibility issues of internet, email and other electronic evidence at trial.
12) The problems with the admissibility and reliability of forensic evidence may be widespread, and the justice system could significantly suffer as a result.
For novices and experts alike, Michael Sheetz traces the evolution of computer forensics from computer crime investigators, who focused on securing a system, into entities dedicated to the preservation and recovery of digital evidence for admissibility and use in court.
The proposed model classifies applicants as admissible, borderline and non-admissible with the objective of minimizing the number of applicants with mis-specified admissibility status.
She told the court that the admissibility of the evidence was in dispute.
The IRB hears refugee protection claims made in Canada, considers, immigration appeals, holds admissibility hearings and conducts detention reviews.
The logical approach to follow would be to ask for what a computer program or traffic data is being used, to establish and to treat the admissibility question accordingly.