ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE

ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE:

Evidence is testimony, writings and other things that are offered by a party in a trial to the trier of fact in order to prove the existence or non-existence of a fact. Some evidence is not relevant or is not admissible for some other reason, such as it is hearsay, leading, calls for a conclusion, or it lacks foundation. Evidence, which the judge allows into the trial is admissible evidence, while evidence, which the judge does not allow in is inadmissible.

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