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
References in classic literature ?
Silk is positively not admissible in deep mourning.
Citing another judgement of the apex court, Mr Pervez said that the court had declared that a JIT report was not admissible evidence and it might be termed opinion of the investigation team.
Defence counsel Amjad Pervaiz also held that the entire report of joint investigation team [JIT] was not admissible as evidence in trial.
The hearing of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) references at an accountability court in Islamabad, against the Sharif family took a surprising turn when defence counsel Amjad Parviz stated that the JIT report was not admissible in court as evidence.
Samples of urine and strands of hair sealed for testing without the presence of a suspected drug user are not admissible as legal evidence the Supreme Court ruled recently.
Ntshoto said the argument was not admissible before court as he considered it hearsay.
According to a report by a private media outlet, a Supreme Court judge in a case observed that it never ruled that DNA report is not admissible evidence.
In general, a defendant's prior bad acts are not admissible as evidence that he or she committed a particular crime.
The Deerfield GOP state rep is found not guilty in a Hooksett court of two DWI counts, but guilty of open container and yellow line violations after a field sobriety test is thrown out--and Spillane's previous DWI convictions were ruled not admissible as evidence.
There had been a suggestion that a German agency had intelligence about a possible attack over two days in May, but the coroner ruled it was not admissible evidence.
Retired chief justice Khalilur Rehman Khan, who was appointed to ascertain the facts and fix responsibility on the basis of evidence gathered by the Najafi Commission, had himself suggested the provincial government not to accept the report and also advised it against making the report public as a large extent of which is based on source reports and secondary evidence not admissible in courts.
Will not be admitted: (1) incomplete applications; (2) applications that are not admissible pursuant to article 55 of decree 2016-360 of 25.