multiple admissibility

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The principle of the law of evidence that if evidence is admissible for one purpose it may not be rejected solely because it is inadmissible for some other purpose. However, the trier of fact may have to be directed not to consider the evidence when deciding those issues in respect of which it is inadmissible.

Subjects: Law.

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