Gelman quietly answered “no,” and that seemed to negate his hearsay point.
“Every single witness is inadmissible, hearsay, triple-hearsay,” said assistant state attorney Penny Brill in court yesterday.
Neither of these preposterous assertions have a basis in fact and both relied on the hearsay of one source.
Persevering on hearsay, spun and shifted from every possible angle, the narrator next describes Golovan—a brawny man, with a limp.
“As far as I know, it's hearsay,” that person said of the report.
I heard afterwards they were shelling an empty and deserted kopje for hours, but I know that only from hearsay.
For him it was purely a matter of hearsay which could not in itself cause this emotion.
Try to think that civilized nations exist to whom this food is unknown—nay, who speak of it, on hearsay, with contempt!
And this was accurate; his knowledge of all three was based on hearsay evidence.
The members of the Commission were not content with hearsay evidence.
1530s, perhaps mid-15c., from phrase to hear say.
Information heard by one person about another. Hearsay is generally inadmissible as evidence in a court of law because it is based on the reports of others rather than on the personal knowledge of a witness.