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1. Testimony and presentation of documents, records, objects, and other such items relating to the existence or non-existence of alleged or disputed facts into which a court enquires.
2. Methods and rules that guide and govern the establishment of a fact before a court, collectively called the law of evidence.

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The detectives searched the apartment for clues, hoping to find some key evidence of the crime they suspected had been committed.
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Supple evidence was required before the accused could be found guilty - and if a lack thereof was evident, the accused was free to go.
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The evidence included the defendant's fingerprints on the weapon, and security footage of him entering the building just before the crime was committed.
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