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evidentiary

adjective admissible circumstances in a case, admitted testimony, corroboration, documentation with evidentiary value, documents which play a role in a trial, documents which tend to prove the outcome, exhibits, exhibits submitted to jury, facts admitted, facts judicially noted, facts proving the outcome of a trial, facts which bear on the point in question, facts which establish the point in issue, grounds for belief, having confirmatory effect, inforration which furnishes proof, instrument of proof, means of proof in a case, means of proving a fact at trial, medium of proof, proof, proof legally presented at trial, proof of facts, relevant documents, relevant information, relevant matters, substantiation, validation, verification
Associated concepts: evidentiary facts, evidentiary imporrance, evidentiary law, rules of evidence, the law of evidence
See also: probative
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