Incontrovertible Evidence

Definition - What does Incontrovertible Evidence mean?

Incontrovertible evidence refers to evidence or proof presented in a lawsuit to establish a fact – and it is so conclusive that by any stretch of imagination there can’t be any other truth related to that matter.

Justipedia explains Incontrovertible Evidence

Examples of incontrovertible evidence may include the results of a blood or DNA test which establishes that a person is or is not the biological parent of a child. A more common example is that of a fingerprint result which proves the connection of a person in a crime.

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