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admissible

Law (esp of evidence) capable of being or bound to be admitted in a court of law
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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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With regard to the admissibility of cases, the early jurisprudence demonstrates the difficulty of identifying a role for the gravity threshold that does not run counter to the Rome Statute's provisions concerning jurisdiction.
The paper explores the concept of limited admissibility in the common law of evidence, (7) with an emphasis on the approach taken by Canadian courts in criminal cases.
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.
This Note explores the problems with the reliability of firearms identification evidence and the resulting implications for the future of its admissibility in trials, by first describing the history of the use of firearms identification as evidence.
The Court states that the district court should not have been concerned with admissibility abroad because it is up to the foreign tribunal to determine this issue.
for summary judgment admissibility in courts with a strict attitude
They told the Justice Mohammed Garba-led tribunal that INEC, whose legal team is led by Yunus Usman (SAN), went to the extent of turning around to object to the admissibility of some exhibits that had been admitted by its consent at the point of tendering.
In addition, he explained that The Electronic Records (Evidence) Act of Botswana, allowed for the admissibility and authentication of electronic records as evidence in legal proceedings.
The prosecution and defence counsels had argued on admissibility of the accused confessional statements as the defence counsel maintained that the statements were obtained under duress and should not be admitted in evidence.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had issued a formal contempt notice against Gandhi for claiming that the court said 'Chowkidar Chor Hai' while hearing the admissibility of some documents in the fighter jet scam recently.