not admissible

not admissible

adjective banned, barred, deemed improper, deemed inapplicable, disallowed, disapproved, excepted, excluded, inadmissible, inapposite, ineligible, irrelevant, not admitted in, not allowed as evidence, not allowed in, not allowed in evidence, not allowed to be admitted as evidence, not capable of being innroduced as evidence, objectionable, prohibited, refused, rejected, suppressed, unfit, unqualified, unsuitable, wrong
Associated concepts: evidence obtained by torture, hearsay, impeachment, not admissible into evidence
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Silk is positively not admissible in deep mourning.
He said that such a statement was not admissible from witnesses who were linked with property business and know the importance of signatures.
Any offer which does not allow pharmacists to assess the technical quality of the products proposed, is not admissible.
On Friday a judge ruled that the lawsuit against the station was not admissible in court.
And even when the videos are genuine they are often not admissible as evidence because their authenticity cannot be verified to the satisfaction of a court.
Court rejected the plea stating that the case is not admissible as Axact did not lodge a complaint with PEMRA regarding the matter.
Garcia, against the statement of the chairman of the adjudicatory chamber of the independent ethics committee, Hans-Joachim Eckert, is not admissible.
THE appeal lodged by Michael Garcia, chairman of FIFA's investigatory chamber, against the statement of independent ethics committee chairman Hans-Joachim Eckert is not admissible, world football's ruling body said on Tuesday.
The "poor analysis" hypothesis is not admissible given the evolution of GDP components in the third quarter.
Polygraph tests are not admissible as evidence in court but are used by the probation service to determine if sex offenders can be freed from prison.
For the record, the report of narco test may be helpful in investigation, but it is not admissible in any court and cannot be presented as evidence to prove the charges.
It seems entirely logical that breathing clean air is healthier than breathing smokey air but, as I keep telling the "feed bones and raw food" brigade, anecdotal evidence is just not admissible where hard, compelling scientific fact is required.