Admissible

A term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

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Answers.com

That can be accepted; allowable: admissible evidence.

Worthy of admission.

FindLaw

Capable of being allowed or permitted.

Example: The difficulty would be lessened if entries in books of account were admissible as prima facie evidence.

Lawyers.com

Capable of being allowed or permitted.

Merriam Webster

Capable of being allowed or conceded : permissible evidence legally admissible in court

The Free (Legal) Dictionary

A term used to describe information that is relevant to a determination of issues in any judicial proceeding so that such information can be properly considered by a judge or jury in making a decision. Evidence is admissible if it is of such a character that the court is bound to accept it during the trial so that it may be evaluated by the judge or jury. Admissible evidence is the foundation of the deliberation process by which a court or jury decides upon a judgment or verdict.