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Question: It’s introduced in court
EVIDENCE Definition 1:
Something which shows that something else exists or is true .
There is no evidence that these devices actually work.
He has been unable to find evidence to support his theory.
She first showed/gave evidence of her abilities [=she first showed her abilities] at an early age.
Investigators could find no evidence linking him to the crime.
He denies that he was involved, despite (abundant/ample) evidence to the contrary. [=despite evidence indicating that he was involved]
EVIDENCE Definition 2:
A visible sign of something
They found many evidences of neglect.
EVIDENCE Definition 3:
Material that is presented to a court of law to help find the truth about something
The jury had a great deal of evidence to sort through before reaching a verdict.
There is not a scrap/shred of evidence in her favor.
Anything you say may be used as/in evidence against you.
The letter was admitted in evidence. = (chiefly US) The letter was admitted into evidence. [=the letter was accepted by the court as evidence]
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