Scientific proof

Scientific proof – this legal term finds application in court trial procedures in some jurisdictions. There it refers to evidence delivered to court after scientific examination or tests. Its goal is to prove concrete possibility, fact or circumstance, related to the lawsuit. For example, in some jurisdictions, the controlled experiments, which professionals do in the presence of the court jury or appointed witnesses, are a type of procedures which create valid scientific proofs.

Crime scene investigators can also produce scientific proofs during scientific examinations or tests.

See also “relevant proof”
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