REMEDIAL LAW (EVIDENCE)MEMORY AIDA
– ultimate fact or the fact sought to be establishedb.
– evidentiary fact or the fact by which the
isto be established2. Classification of evidencea.
That which is directly addressed to the senses of the court and consists of tangible things exhibited or demonstrated in open court, in an ocular inspection, or at a place designated by the court for its view or observation of an exhibition, experiment or demonstration
Evidence supplied by written instruments or derived from conventionalsymbols, such as letter, by which ideas are represented on materialsubstances
That which is submitted to the court through the testimony or deposition of awitnessb.
Evidence having any value in reason as tending to prove any matter provablein an action
– logical relation of evidentiary fact to fact in issue
Evidence directed to prove a fact in issue
One that is not excluded by law in particular casec.
That which proves the fact in dispute without the aid of any inference or presumption
The proof of the facts other than the fact in issue from which, taken either singly or collectively, the existence of the particular fact in dispute may beinferred as a necessary or probable consequenced.
Evidence of the same kind and to the same state of facts
Additional evidence of a different character to the same point for higher probative valuee.
That which standing alone, unexplained or uncontradicted is sufficient tomaintain a proposition
Class of evidence which the law does not allow to be contradictedf.
Primary or Best
That which the law regards as affording greatest certainty of the fact inquestion
Secondary or Substitutionary