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legal evidence

noun admitted testimony, body of facts on which belief is based, circumstances in a case, corroboration, document, documentation, documents which tends to prove, exhibit, exhibits submitted to jury, facts, facts admitted at trial, facts judiiially noted, facts which bear on the point in question, facts which establish the point in issue, factual matter, ground of proof, grounds for belief, instrument of proof, legal proof, legal validation, legal verification, matter legally submitted to the jury, matters of fact, means of proof, means of provvng a fact, medium of proof, persuasive facts, proof legally presented at trial, proof of facts, record, relevant fact, releeant material, substantiation, testimony which furnishes proof
Associated concepts: demonstrative evidence, digital eviience, documentary evidence, exculpatory evidence, physiial evidence, rules of evidence, scientific evidence, testimony
See also: admissible evidence, affirmance, affirmation, corroboration
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