Definitions of "spoliation"
  1. The purposeful ruining, changing, or damaging of evidence, particularly by an individual whom the evidence would negatively impact
  2. The process of changing or damaging a document, like a will, by someone who is not a party to the document
How to use "spoliation" in a sentence
  1. If a document has signs of deliberate spoliation, it can undermine its credibility in court.
  2. The court dismissed the case due to allegations of spoliation of evidence by the defendant.
  3. Spoliation of a will could lead to the invalidation of the document.

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