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1. I don't believe it; it's merely hearsay.
2. Her judgements are based on hearsay rather than evidence.
3. Do not place too much credit in hearsay.
4. They started to piece the story together from hearsay.
5. You are only supposing this on hearsay, you have no proof.
6. You shouldn't believe that it's just hearsay.
7. Much of what was reported to them was hearsay.
8. The evidence against them is all hearsay.
9. Judgment should be based on facts, not on hearsay.
10. We can't make a decision based on hearsay and guesswork.
11. Hearsay is not allowed as evidence in court.
12. The Commonwealth secured its indictments on hearsay.
13. The court is not allowed to admit hearsay evidence.
14. They indicted me totally on hearsay.
15. But the outrage was based on supposition and hearsay.
16. But if the allegation is hearsay or pure fabrication, Walenski is being railroaded.
17. According to hearsay, Bez had managed to break his arm - twice.
18. The time for serving a hearsay notice set by Ord 38, r21 is 21 days from setting down.
19. Then follows more hearsay evidence, and the trail peters out on a question mark.
20. Education commences at the mother's knee, andevery word spoken within the hearsay of children tends towards the formation of character.
21. Do not be led by reports, or tradition, or hearsay.
22. The attorney for the defense challenged the evidence as hearsay.
23. She discovered a world of parties and pleasure she had hitherto only known by hearsay.
24. I wouldn't take any notice of it - it's just hearsay.
25. Mr Grant for the prosecution said that this was not a case of hearsay evidence.
26. Care must be taken with the passenger's replies as they will be hearsay unless in the driver's presence.
27. Alleged finds, discoveries and rumours have been circulating wildly ... but how much is fact and how much is hearsay?http://sentencedict.com
28. It must be remembered, however, that the Order only permits the court to admit hearsay evidence.
29. Much of our evidence about outputs will be based on anecdote and hearsay.
30. Certain rumours of shady activities have turned out to be true, others remain mere hearsay.
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