admissible evidenceEvidence that is relevant and is of such a character (e.g., not unfairly prejudicial, based on hearsay, or privileged) that the court should receive it.
¡ª Also termed competent evidence; proper evidence; legal evidence. [Cases: Criminal Law 661; Federal Civil Procedure 2011; Trial 43. C.J.S. Criminal Law ¡ì¡ì 656, 751, 1202; Trial ¡ì 162.]