Admission - Personal Knowledge
In case of Hubert,defendant was charged with handling stolen goods. The admission that she was told that the good were stolen was inadmissible as it is an admission based on hearsay which does not prove the truth of what has been admitted. Therefore inadmissible.
Comptroller of Custom v Western Electric Union Ltd
The information relied by the defendant in making his admission was hearsay as it consists of marking on the goods indicating different country origin from the one stated by the defendant.
Defendant admission of falsely described the country of origin of certain group was considered hearsay.
Lord Hodson, if man admit something which he does not know, it is of no real evidence.