Definition of "immaterial"
  1. Lacks significance or relevance to the issues being addressed in a legal case
How to use "immaterial" in a sentence
  1. The judge ruled the personal anecdotes of the witness as immaterial to the lawsuit.
  2. The defense attorney objected, citing the evidence presented was immaterial to the case.
  3. Despite the prosecution's efforts, the court deemed the new information as immaterial.

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