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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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For a statement to be admissible under Miranda, it has to be both voluntary and prefaced by complete Miranda warnings, which are intelligently, knowingly, and voluntarily waived.
Even though the police obtained the slurred responses during custodial police interrogation, eight of the nine Supreme Court justices ruled that the responses were admissible, despite the failure of the police to obtain a Miranda waiver.
At the same time, the various valuation methods allowable by the tax authorities show that $20 per widget is an admissible arm's-length price for tax purposes.
Rather, the court believed there was a strong possibility that the agents relied on the warrants in good faith and that the evidence would be admissible under the Supreme Court's ruling in United States v.
28 A separate issue, not addressed in this article, is the extent to which such information would be admissible against the officer-witness under the applicable rules of evidence.
appeals court concluded in a 16-page opinion that plaintiff's product liability claims were legally insufficient because plaintiff had failed to produce admissible proof of causation and reliance.
Furthermore, there is no admissible evidence nor persuasive evidence for that matter that the subject grading seriously and adversely affects health and safety,'' he concluded.
In other words, evidence that an informant heard the defendants say they were going to obtain and sell 100 kilograms of cocaine would be admissible in a conspiracy case.
Pursuant to the new stock option plan, 1,500,000 common shares of the Company will be reserved for issuance to admissible persons.
Although admissible in the determining guilt phase, such ``bad character'' evidence, Farley said, would be inadmissible in the penalty phase.
According to legal requirements, log data must be complete, accurate, and verifiable in order to be legally admissible.
He said the double pension was not being paid admissible under the rules.