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Circumstantial Evidence

It refers to the fact and evidence which is not by the eyewitness but which indirectly gives a proof that a person is guilty or not. It is a fact derived out of certain situation before, during and after the crime from surroundings indicating to a fact or evidence.For instance - a phone call before the murder, footprints at the location of crime etc. Home
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