judicial admission

A formal waiver of proof that relieves an opposing party from having to prove the admitted fact and bars the party who made the admission from disputing it.

— Also termed solemn admission; admission in judicio; true admission. [Cases: Criminal Law 406(4); Evidence 206, 265(7). C.J.S. Criminal Law §§ 882–884; Evidence §§ 364, 469, 472, 475–476.]