insufficient evidence

Definition of "insufficient evidence"
  1. A lack of adequate evidence that makes it highly probable for the court to dismiss the case due to the prosecution or plaintiff's inability to substantiate their claim
How to use "insufficient evidence" in a sentence
  1. The judge dismissed the case because of insufficient evidence presented by the plaintiff.
  2. Without crucial documents to back his claim, he faced the risk of having insufficient evidence.
  3. The case was dropped when the prosecutor admitted that there was insufficient evidence.

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