Entitled to be admitted, or worthy of being admitted; that may be allowed or conceded; allowable; as, the supposition is hardly admissible.
A term describing evidence (both physical and testimonial) that may be legally presented to the finders of fact in a case (jury or judge).
Capable of being introduced in court as evidence
deserving to be admitted; "admissible evidence"
a term used to describe evidence that may be heard by a jury and considered by a judge or a jury in civil and criminal cases.
Evidence that is properly introduced in a trial.
A term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.
Pertinent and proper to be considered in reaching a decision. Refers to the evidence considered in determining the issues to be decided in any judicial proceeding.
Evidence that is relevant to the charge(s) for which the defendant stands accused, and is proper under the rules of evidence.
Any form of testimony or evidence that is allowed into court.
evidence which under the proper rule may be used in a Court proceeding
Evidence that can be legally introduced in court.