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Admissible Evidence

Admissible evidence is permitted by the rules of evidence to be introduced at trial. Even if the evidence is admissible, the judge may not allow it to be considered because it is unduly inflammatory or cumulative. For example, a defendant's confession may not be admissible evidence because he confessed without being read his Miranda Rights.