Evidence definition

Evidence means testimony, writings, material objects, or other things presented to the senses that are offered to prove the existence or nonexistence of a fact.
Evidence means any document, tangible item, or testimony offered or obtained during a research misconduct proceeding that tends to prove or disprove the existence of an alleged fact.
Evidence is media or multimedia uploaded into Axon Evidence as 'evidence' by an Agency. Evidence is a subset of Agency Content.

Examples of Evidence in a sentence

  • Evidence of insurance on a Texas Department of Insurance approved certificate form verifying the existence and actual limits of all insurance after the execution and delivery of any resultant agreement and prior to the performance of any services by Respondent under any resultant agreement.

  • ORGANIZATIONAL AREA: INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT DOMAINS Components Ineffective Developing Skilled Accomplished CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT (Standard 1: Students, Standard 5: Learning Environment) Possible Sources of Evidence: pre-conference, post-conference, formal observation, classroom walk- throughs/informal observations, peer review, student surveys Classroom routines and procedures Element 5.5 The teacher has not established routines and procedures.

  • KNOWLEDGE OF STUDENTS (Standard 1: Students, Standard 4: Instruction, Standard 6: Collaboration and Communication) Possible Sources of Evidence: analysis of student data, pre-conference, artifacts, student surveys Planning instruction for the whole child Element 1.2 Element 1.4 Element 1.5 Element 4.2 Element 4.4 Element 6.4 The teacher’s instructional plan makes no connections to and the teacher is not familiar with student experiences, culture, developmental characteristics or backgrounds.

  • Evidence thereof shall be provided to the Foundation from the COUNTY Clerk’s Office as requested and incorporated into this Agreement.

  • Evidence of required coverage shall be on forms reasonably acceptable to CITY’s Risk Manager and shall include the types and minimum limits set forth in Exhibit C attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.

More Definitions of Evidence

Evidence means a past history of either extractions or decay into dentine;
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Evidence means on-site physical evidence. Where physical evidence may not be evident after the completion of primary harvesting activities a licensee must keepgeo-referenced photos, contracts, invoices, journal entries, emails, or professional statements and record statement/and drawings (for bridges and major culverts) as documentation the project occurred.
Evidence means relevant documents or testimony offered to prove or disprove the existence or non-existence of a fact.
Evidence means any witnesses’ testimony, records, documents, copies of documents, statements, demonstrations, or any other relevant testimony or concrete objects before the department or at an employment appeal hearing or trial of an issue for the purpose of inducing belief in the minds of the hearing officer, department, court or jury as to the truth of a contention.
Evidence means a report descriptive of the medical condition or other adverse personal circumstances which are advanced by the candidate for consideration as amounting to good cause. Where the report refers to a medical condition of more than seven days’ duration the report must be completed by an appropriate medical practitioner.
Evidence means observed practice, products or results of a certificated classroom teacher’s work that demonstrates knowledge and skills of the educator with respect to the four-level rating system. It should be gathered from the normal course of employment. Input from anonymous sources shall not be used.