Definition - What does Evidentiary mean?

Evidentiary is a term which refers to having quality or constituting evidence. It is something that can be easily or directly related to the evidence in a case.

Justipedia explains Evidentiary

It can be explained with an example of a statement of a person who was present at the scene of a car accident that one of the drivers was speeding. This type of statement has great value as it describes how the accident took place.

Share this:

Connect with us

Find a Lawyer