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capable of being accepted

capable of being allowed

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deserving to be admitted

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United States [9] that the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination was "but a crystallization" [10] of the common law rule that only voluntary confessions are admissible as evidence.
It added that it will not be admissible to the employees during the tenure of their posting/deputation abroad, will be admissible to the employees on their repatriation from posting /deputation abroad at the rate and the amount which would have been admissible to them had they not been posted abroad.
ss] 3501, providing that a confession shall be admissible in federal court if it is voluntarily given.
offers scalable, integrated solutions for replacing paper with legally admissible and enforceable digital documents.
SWAT, February 13, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Religious scholars in Swat have termed the polio campaign admissible, saying those who will not give anti-polio drops to the children will be considered sinners.
The lawful protective sweep is an important law enforcement tool because evidence seized in plain view during the sweep is admissible in court.
In addition, the system uniquely provides the data management processes that simultaneously provide the performance needed for real-time alert management and the capacity to store large volumes of secured, native-event data mandated for forensic analysis and the creation of admissible evidence for legal defense.
The 15% increase in pension will also be admissible to the pensioners who would retire on or after July 1, 2009, an official announcement said Tuesday.
The seminar teaches participants how to prepare for hearings, what qualifies as admissible evidence and what to expect after the hearing.
First, the article addresses the degree to which a statement taken in violation of Miranda can be used for impeachment purposes and whether evidence derived from a Miranda violation is admissible.
In their paper, which was awarded the Chazen International Research Prize by Columbia's Graduate School of Business, Reichelstein and his co-authors demonstrate that the optimal internal transfer price for management purposes should be a weighted average of the producing division's pretax incremental cost and the most favorable arms-length price admissible for tax reporting purposes.
In a move that shocked the city, then-Denver District Attorney Norm Early later declined to press murder charges against the four, saying much of the evidence against them would not be admissible in a state court.
If, however, the courts deem the traditional warrant autonomous, the seized evidence may be admissible, despite the unlawfulness of a previous sneak and peek.
Email is now just as admissible in a legal action as paper-based documents and must be maintained with even more care because of the ease with which electronic documents can be tampered.
If the defense is successful, none of the evidence would be admissible,'' said Deputy District Attorney Chris Harman.