presumptive evidence

Definition of "presumptive evidence"
  1. This term refers to evidence that is accepted as true and valid until contradicted or disproved
How to use "presumptive evidence" in a sentence
  1. The fingerprints at the scene of the crime served as presumptive evidence.
  2. Her emails were used as presumptive evidence in the court proceedings against her for embezzlement.
  3. The video footage of the suspect committing the robbery served as the presumptive evidence in the case.

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