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What Is Evidence?

Evidence is testimony, writings, and material objects offered to prove an alleged fact or proposition.

Direct evidence is evidence that directly proves a fact at issue, without the need for any inference or presumption (e.g., copy of a check that has been altered).

Circumstantial evidence is evidence from which a fact at issue may be proved indirectly (e.g., bank records show a deposit of unknown origin).

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