Hearsay (adjective) – Hearsay is also known as an out-of-court statement that is considered inadmissible evidence due to its unreliability.

Also see Inadmissible Evidence.

  • The man remembered the defendant admitted to stealing the car six months ago, but the criminal defense attorney claimed that evidence is inadmissible in court because it’s considered hearsay and there is no way to prove his client actually did admit to stealing the car six months ago.