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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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Subject to the necessary checks regarding necessity, anticipated fairness, and aptitude in international criminal procedure, the domestic procedures may admissibly be considered for 'translation' into the tribunals' regimes in order to patch up any legal gaps in their structure and to address any discontents.
if evidence tendered as expert opinion evidence is to be admissible, it must be agreed or demonstrated that there is a field of "specialised knowledge";" and "there must be an identified aspect of that field in which the witness demonstrates that by reason of specified training, study or experience, the witness has become an expert; the opinion proffered must be "wholly or substantially based on the witness's expert knowledge"; so far as the opinion is based on facts "observed" by the expert, they must be identified and admissibly proved by the expert, and so far as the opinion is based on "assumed" or "accepted" facts, they must be identified and proved in some other way.
Candidates must display personal agency at their interviews with WUSC and CIC to demonstrate their "ability to establish." Once the candidate has been admitted to the WUSC program and passed CIC's admissibly interview and security clearance, the WUSC National Office has the final say on where she or he is placed in Canada.