- In the law of evidence, this is any statement made by a person, outside of his or her testimony at trial, used in a civil or criminal trial, usually over an objection of hearsay, and admitted into evidence to prove the truth of the admission or to impeach a witness’ testimony by showing the witness’ statements are inconsistent. In pleading, an admission means that that one party admits or agrees that certain pleaded facts or allegations are true.
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