evidencenoun

  • ja証拠、証言
  • eninformation presented in a court of law in order to prove that someone is guilty or not guilty of a crime

Examples

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I spoke to the judge.
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And he's giving us an extra day to review the new evidence.
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What are they gonna find in 1 day?
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Face it, man. We are going to jail.
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I'm as baffled by this conflicting evidence as you are.
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His prints are all over the crime scene.
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The TV footage puts him 60 miles away.
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He can't have been at 2 places at once.
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This is damaging.
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This is evidence.
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You're scaring him.
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Good! He should be scared.
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I'm scared!
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Can someone explain what's going on?
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I don't understand.
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- Why are they bringing this up again? - Calm down.
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There's nothing to understand.
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It's just this journalist who's trying to make a story out of nothing.
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Some evidence from another kidnapping case has made them look at Phume's case again.
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What did they find?
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Not much yet, except my name popped up in some documentation
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that's causing them to think that I did some horrible thing.
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But the police will soon realize that they were very wrong.
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Adnan Syed's story has captivated millions since the launch of the podcast 'Serial.'
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'Serial' is what brought new evidence to the case.
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But 'Serial' is not going to exonerate him.
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You see the pattern.
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There's a rape.
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New evidence, new leads.
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And then one by one, they dry up until he hits again.
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They convicted an innocent man.
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I was always taught to fight for the people who need the help the most.
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You don't know what it is down here.
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They ain't got to have no evidence.

Other meanings for evidence...

evidencenoun

  • ja証拠
  • enfacts or signs that prove something exists or is true; proof
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You had a party at our house, didn't you?
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No.
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No, I swear, I didn't.
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Why, did you find some evidence that I did?
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No.
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Then no, I didn't.
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Find something, lietenant?
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Just an old nickel, Chris.
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Just an old nickel.
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It's beautiful.
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What do you think it is?
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It's a mistake is what it is.
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One week to retirement, I risk my pension by stealing evidence?
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What the hell was I thinking?
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Basically, we're convinced that Michael took the missing $3,000.
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So we're waiting until he leaves his office so we can go in and search for evidence.
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When I say it out loud, it really doesn't seem like a good idea.
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One Leslie Knope, pause, was attacked.
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Play, by a pie.
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Luckily, it only hit Jerry so no damage was done.
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Play, the only evidence we have is a video shot by, pause, my wife.
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Yeah, then why are all these little bibble bits all around your pillow?
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Dude, I never touched your bibble.
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Yeah, you did!
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'Cause I'm chewing the evidence!
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You gotta go, or they're gonna find it.
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Find what?
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The evidence in your house.
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Hurry, John!