Results for: Inadmissible

In Citizenship and Marriage

What can you do if you had an inadmissibility?

A waiver of inadmissibility applies when a person has been found to be inadmissible to come in to the United States. In other words, that alien is facing a ban and when they a ( Full Answer )
In Court Procedure

What is inadmissible in court?

In order for evidence in court to be admissible (taken from the OCR psychology A2 book), its relevence must outweigh its potential for prejudice. Inadmissable evidence include ( Full Answer )
In Uncategorized

What does inadmissable mean?

A waiver of inadmissibility applies when a person has been found to be inadmissible to come in to the United States. In other words, that alien is facing a ban and when they a ( Full Answer )
In Jobs & Education

What does inadmissible mean?

...means you can not include something as 'admission' of someone's guilt or innocence.. In court, one must provide evidence of either guilt or innocence. It is a formal mecha ( Full Answer )
In Polygraphs

Is a polygraph test inadmissible in court?

I think no. 1980 - United States v. Roberts The prosecutor had told the grand jury unequivocally that polygraph results were inadmissible in a court of law and the court c ( Full Answer )
In Uncategorized

What is the meaning of inadmissible expenses?

Inadmissible expenses are expense not allowed for deducting from some figure for arriving on some acceptable figure e.g for taxation purposes depreciation is an inadmissible e ( Full Answer )
In Definitions

What does the word inadmissible mean?

Something that is unacceptable or can not be permitted to happen. If my advice is inadmissible, you couldn't use it.
In Electronics

When is electronic evidence usually inadmissible?

Electronic or digital evidence is often inadmissible if it was obtained without any authorization whatsoever. Without a warrant even solid evidence can be rendered useless.