Admissible Evidence


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Admissible Evidence

Any item, exhibit, object, material, or recording which a local, district, or federal court will accept as linking an alleged actor to an act.
Examples A knife belonging to the accused, covered with the victim's blood; the uttering of the killer’s name by a dying victim is admissible in some jurisdictions (Michigan, California, Washington, D.C., and the state of Washington).
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Admissible and inadmissible evidence had become enmeshed during the cross-examination, and the jury could not be expected to only consider the admissible evidence in those circumstances."
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