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Evidence is:

Evidence in the United States federal courts

Prior to the 1905 enactment of the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE), the
rules of evidence were governed primarily by decisional law.

FRE 102 includes the following elements in the "Purpose and Construction" of the Federal Rules of Evidence: "These rules shall be construed to..."

The following is the table of contents of the FRE:

I. General Provisions

II. Judicial Notice III. Presumptions in Civil Actions and Proceedings (to be cont.)

See also: Law, Affidavit, Circumstantial evidence, Corroborating evidence, Rebuttal, chain of custody, Forensic evidence

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Evidence is also the title of a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. See: Evidence (Asimov).