matter of fact

Definition of "matter of fact"
  1. Refers to a situation or detail focusing on confirming evidence or truth rather than interpreting the law
How to use "matter of fact" in a sentence
  1. During the trial, the lawyer focused mostly on the matter of fact, bringing forward several pieces of evidence.
  2. The jury's role is to determine the matter of fact after hearing all the evidence presented in court.
  3. Rather than discussing the intricacies of the law, the debate revolved around the matter of fact.

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