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If an improper Miranda warning is given, followed by a correct warning, a confession followed by the correct warning and waiver is admissible.His Family Overdosed on Benadryl. His Story Kept Changing.|Pilar Melendez|April 4, 2022|The Daily Beast
What the Berkeley Protocol illustrates is the tug of war between what the International Criminal Court deems as admissible evidence and crowdsourced efforts to collect this evidence.The online volunteers hunting for war crimes in Ukraine|Tanya Basu|March 16, 2022|MIT Technology Review
It takes evidence that is admissible in court under strict federal rules.Merrick Garland Must Follow Through With His Commitment to Hold All January 6 Perpetrators Accountable|Joyce White Vance|January 6, 2022|Time
Judge Regina Chu ruled that Wright’s alleged prior acts will not be admissible during trial unless the defense can prove that Potter knew about them at the time of the shooting.The Chauvin Case Was a Slam Dunk. The Kim Potter Trial Could Be a Fiasco.|Pilar Melendez|December 8, 2021|The Daily Beast
While the test results aren’t admissible in court, they’re accurate as long as the sample is taken correctly.
And for Sarkozy, whether his presidential diaries are admissible as evidence or protected by his presidential immunity is key.
If somehow the Tsarnaev brothers were detected by a drone, would that be admissible in court?
Such statements are often admissible under exceptions to the law that otherwise forbids the use of hearsay at trial.
Variety is admissible only in addition to the original exercise, but should not be substituted for it.Expressive Voice Culture|Jessie Eldridge Southwick
Oral evidence is admissible to prove the fraud or mistake; it must, however, be clear before a court will grant relief.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman|Albert Sidney Bolles
The younger Brethren—whose number is unlimited—are admissible at the pleasure of the court.The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands|R.M. Ballantyne
All the canons were counts, and were not admissible, till they had proved sixteen quarters of nobility.
It is one of those impossibilities which only the levity of a superficial reason can regard as admissible.The Profits of Religion|Upton Sinclair