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EVIDENCE

all the means by which any alleged matter of fact, the truth of which is submitted to investigation at judicial trial, is established or disproved. Evidence includes the testimony of witnesses, introduction of records, documents, exhibits or any other relevant matter offered for the purpose of inducing the trier of fact's (fact finder's) belief in the party's contention.

See best evidence rule; circumstantial evidence; conclusive evidence; corroborating evidence; demonstrative evidence; direct evidence; documentary evidence; extrinsic evidence; hearsay; illegally obtained evidence; incompetent evidence; indirect evidence; indispensable evidence; insufficient evidence; intrinsic evidence; mere evidence rule; newly discovered evidence; parol evidence rule; preponderance of the evidence; presumptive evidence; real evidence; rebuttal evidence; reputation evidence; suppression of evidence; traditionary evidence; weight of the evidence;
Source: Barron's Dictionary of Legal Terms, Steven H. Gifis, 5th Edition; © 2016

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