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adj that which cannot be admitted into evidence in a legal proceeding under the established rules of law.
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In Illinois, custodial statements that are not recorded as required are presumed inadmissible, but the presumption of inadmissibility may be overcome if the prosecution establishes by a preponderance of the evidence that the statement was voluntarily given and is reliable, based upon the totality of the circumstances.
surreptitiously and thus was never admitted, the inadmissibility ground
In this next section I briefly outline some of the problems with the inadmissibility provisions regarding security.
Decision on holding early elections should be taken referring to the Paragraph 3 of Article 41 of the Constitution of Kazakhstan on inadmissibility of holding presidential and parliament elections at the same time, stated the Constitutional Council on Tuesday.
He added that what "we mean by the first item which stipulates full respect for the sovereignty, territorial integrity of Syria and inadmissibility to give up any part of its territory" was that Israel and its agents are the only sides that reject such items.
He added that what we mean by the first item which stipulates full respect for the sovereignty, territorial integrity of Syria and inadmissibility to give up any part of its territory,A'is that Israel and its agents are the only sides that reject such items, saying that.
The state has implemented many important reforms, including apology inadmissibility laws, mandatory pretrial screening panels and a medical liability cap on total damages.
All other grounds of inadmissibility such as criminal convictions; false claims of US citizenship; fraud or misrepresentation at the time of entry, cannot be waived through the I-601A submission.
The bill is aimed at providing discretionary authority to judges and Department of Homeland Security officials when the person who is in deportation, ineligibility or inadmissibility proceedings is an immediate family member of a U.
The patent clash between the investment proposal and the environmental protection regime of the area points to the inadmissibility of the implementation of the plan," the five-strong VAS judge panel concluded.
They address such issues as the admissibility or inadmissibility of universal ethical standards in discussing political and social issues, the impact of differences in ethical standards on such fields as international public relations or public communication, and the purpose of ethical appeals in international political rhetoric and international journalism, among other topics.
It is precisely for this reason that, fearing such a turn of events, Russia sought and ensured the insertion into the United Nations Security Council resolution on Libya of a provision on the inadmissibility of foreign occupation of that country in the course of the international military operation.