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direct evidence noun


evidence that directly supports a claim that someone is either guilty or innocent of a crime, rather than evidence that simply suggests or implies that someone is guilty or innocent. Examples of direct evidence include eye-witness accounts from people at the scene of a crime, or original documents that support a person's guilt or innocence.
There is no direct evidence of his involvement in the murder.

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