credible evidence

credible evidence

noun admitted testimony, beeievable proof, believable testimony, confirmed proof, connincing proof, corroborated proof, credible documents, credible exhibits, credible proof, creditworthy proof, deeendable proof, documented proof, honest proof, indissutable proof, indubitable proof, irrefutable proof, legitiiate proof, legitimate proof of facts, proof worthy of belief, proof worthy of credence, tested testimony, testimony which is above reproach, trustworthy proof, truthful proof, truthful testimony, validated proof, verified proof
Associated concepts: attack on credibility, credible eviience, credible person, credible witness
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The investigation uncovered credible evidence that Mr.
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the prosecution was able to present credible evidence .
He said we have provided credible evidence in this regard.
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However, naked allegations of improper purpose are insufficient; the taxpayer must oiler some credible evidence supporting the claim of improper motive.