Evidence used in a civil, criminal or administrative hearing which tends to prove a fact in controversy. Proof can be testimony, expert opinion, and physical evidence. Evidence that is not admissible, cannot be used to determine cvil or criminal liability. Proof can be presented as direct or circumstantial evidence. Both forms of evidence, if admitted, carry the weight of legal proof.

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