circumstantial evidence

  1. evidence providing only a basis for inference about the fact in dispute
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How To Use circumstantial evidence In A Sentence

  • It must be remembered that most criminals are convicted in our courts of law, by circumstantial evidence.
  • Still, this was all circumstantial evidence rather than proof. Times, Sunday Times
  • BANFIELD: Yes, that's what you call circumstantial evidence. CNN Transcript Mar 6, 2009
  • The circumstantial evidence all pointed towards cold as the precursor to death, but despite this the official inquiry gave drowning as the cause of death in every case.
  • She has portrayed herself as a victim of a witch-hunt by power-mad officials who would use circumstantial evidence to ruin her reputation and career.
  • The circumstantial evidence all attests to these being excellent translations.
  • The criminal inquiry relies on circumstantial evidence and does not solve the riddle of MH370. Times, Sunday Times
  • The circumstantial evidence is merely overwhelming.
  • Yet the circumstantial evidence is compelling. Times, Sunday Times
  • That is four England players in a year with similar injuries, all circumstantial evidence that the human spine can only take so much rugby. Times, Sunday Times
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