What is an Evidence?
1.) Evidence is the link that connects a suspect to a crime.
2.)Evidence is anything that can be used to prove something.
3.) Evidence is anything that can be used to determine whether a crime has been committed.
4.) Evidence refers to information or objects that may be admitted into court for judges and juries to consider when hearing a case.
5.) Evidence is anything that you see, experience, read, or are told that causes you to believe that something is true or has really happened.
6.) Ground for belief or disbelief.
7.) Data on which to base proof or to establish Truth or Lie.
8.) Evidence is defined as anything that leads you to believe that something is true or exists.
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