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hearsay evidence definition

What does hearsay evidence mean?

oral or written statements made by someone who is not a witness in the case but which the court is asked to accept as proving what they say. This expression is defined further by rule 20.1 for the purposes of Part 20, and by rule 33.1 for the purposes of Part 33;

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