Examples of inadmissible in a Sentence
The evidence was inadmissible in court.
Recent Examples of inadmissible from the Web
In a July 5 court document, Maida’s lawyer argues the emails purportedly sent from Fichtel to Maida should be inadmissible.
All of them were recorded, but no one had ever bothered to look at the tapes because polygraphs are inadmissible in court.
The Supreme Court’s electoral branch declared Luisa Ortega Diaz’s request inadmissible on the same day anti-government demonstrators were marching toward the high court in protest of its refusal to stop Maduro’s special assembly.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported that 15,780 people were apprehended and declared inadmissible at the southern border in April, a significant drop off from the 48,502 during the same month in 2016.
Judge Ellen Kovach of the 24th Judicial District Court on Thursday (May 25) disagreed with arguments by Gasser's defense attorney, Matthew Goetz, that the decade-old incident was inadmissible.
In October, Cruz ordered that Strong's background was inadmissible at trial under what is known as a 404(b) ruling.
Because no BCA Special Agent has firsthand knowledge, his or her opinion … is irrelevant, immaterial and inadmissible.
A frustrated McNutt insisted that any evidence supporting Mooney’s innocence was declared inadmissible.
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INADMISSIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inadmissible for English Language Learners
: not able to be allowed or considered in a legal case : not admissible
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