physical evidence

Definition of "physical evidence"
  1. Tangible proof, such as a visible injury, document, or weapon, which holds a connection to the incident that led to the legal case in question. This is sometimes referred to as real evidence
How to use "physical evidence" in a sentence
  1. The prosecution relied heavily on the blood-stained shirt as physical evidence linking the defendant to the crime scene.
  2. Upon receiving a search warrant, the police were able to collect physical evidence from the suspect's residence.
  3. The presence of physical evidence can significantly strengthen a case, especially when the material proof directly associates the accused to the event.

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