Hearsay & Heresy

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Hearsay means the information or evidence that is obtained through a secondary or indirect source: “A judge can’t consider hearsay an evidence to decide a case.”
Heresy, on the other hand, has the following meanings:-
1. Dogma or doctrine held by an individual or a group of individuals which is perceived as unacceptable or different to that of another religious group: “Those who had opposed the established beliefs were stoned to death considering the act heresy.”
2. An opinion or belief that is held contrary to generally accepted standards or practices: “The policy of the management to introduce computers is being thought heresy by the employees.”

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