Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case in favor of one side or the other.

Source: U.S. Courts

Signs that something is true or not true. Doctors can use published studies as evidence that a treatment works or does not work.

Source: Medicare.gov

Any means by which some alleged fact that has been submitted to investigation may either be established or disproved. Evidence of a DWI violation may be of various types:

  • a. Physical (or real) evidence: something tangible, visible, or audible.
  • b. Well established facts (judicial notice).
  • c. Demonstrative evidence: demonstrations performed in the courtroom.
  • d. Written matter or documentation.
  • e. Testimony.

Source: NHTSA