direct evidence definition

  • adjective:
    • research which will be good or not inferential; -- against circumstantial evidence, or indirect research. -- This distinction, but is merely formal, since there is no direct evidence which is not circumstantial, or influenced by situations because of its credibility.
    • research which is positive or perhaps not inferential; -- opposed to circumstantial research, or indirect proof. -- This distinction, but is just formal, while there is no direct evidence that isn't circumstantial, or determined by circumstances because of its credibility.
    • research that will be good or perhaps not inferential; -- against circumstantial evidence, or indirect proof. -- This distinction, however, is just formal, since there is no direct evidence that's not circumstantial, or influenced by circumstances because of its credibility.
  • noun:
    • research (usually the testimony of a witness) directly about the simple fact in dispute
    • evidence (usually the testimony of a witness) straight pertaining to the simple fact in dispute
    • proof (usually the testimony of a witness) straight pertaining to the actual fact in dispute

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