Gelman quietly answered “no,” and that seemed to negate his hearsay point.
“Every single witness is inadmissible, hearsay, triple-hearsay,” said assistant state attorney Penny Brill in court yesterday.
Neither of these preposterous assertions have a basis in fact and both relied on the hearsay of one source.
Persevering on hearsay, spun and shifted from every possible angle, the narrator next describes Golovan—a brawny man, with a limp.
“As far as I know, it's hearsay,” that person said of the report.
I heard afterwards they were shelling an empty and deserted kopje for hours, but I know that only from hearsay.
The Spaniards, I believe, have good chocolate, but that I have to take on hearsay.
Try to think that civilized nations exist to whom this food is unknown—nay, who speak of it, on hearsay, with contempt!
I doubt if Mrs. Ralston ever heard of it before except by hearsay.
The members of the Commission were not content with hearsay evidence.
1530s, perhaps mid-15c., from phrase to hear say.
Information heard by one person about another. Hearsay is generally inadmissible as evidence in a court of law because it is based on the reports of others rather than on the personal knowledge of a witness.