Translation of admissible in Spanish:

admissible

admisible, adj.

Pronunciation /ədˈmɪsɪb(ə)l//ədˈmɪsəb(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    Law
    (evidence) admisible
    • This information will be admissible as evidence in the court of law.
    • They enable the court to control the evidence by excluding evidence otherwise admissible and limiting cross-examination.
    • It is likely that the court will accept that this evidence is admissible, since the strict common law rule is generally ignored.
    • That being so, the finding by the trial judge that the accused was guilty of the offence was not supported by admissible evidence.
    • The court was left with no admissible evidence on this point.
    • The rules of the commission provided more room to maneuver and allowed for a broader range of admissible evidence.
    • Whether such a statement is admissible as evidence is a matter for the courts to decide.
    • The British government wants to make them admissible evidence in British courts.
    • I was pleased that the bill enunciates the principle that all relevant evidence is admissible unless there is a policy reason to exclude it.
    • Further the opinion evidence now tendered relies upon factual statements which are still not supported by any admissible evidence.
    • There is no merit in this claim of deficiency, on the evidence properly admissible before me.
    • The principal task of the courts will continue to be to ensure that, whatever the range of admissible evidence, coincidence is not confused with proof.
    • His qualifications were called into question, but I accept he had admissible evidence to give.
    • Their eye-witness accounts were not admissible in court as evidence.
    • For any proposed fresh evidence to be admissible the following four criteria must be satisfied.
    • In China, private detectives are not allowed to testify in court, and tape-recorded evidence is not admissible.
    • The onus is now on legal council to establish evidence that is admissible in court of noncompliance on the part of the debtors.
    • In all such instances, after due consideration I was satisfied that the evidence was relevant and admissible.
    • The new Criminal Justice Bill would make hear-say evidence more readily admissible in court.
    • I doubt very much that such evidence would be admissible in an Australian court.
  • 2formal

    (conduct/language) aceptable
    (language/conduct) admisible