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What Is a Exhibit? Definition, Uses and Importance.

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The physical object that is introduced in court and identified as evidence.

Exhibits are evidence presented to the jury during a criminal or civil trial in the form of physical or written documents. The jurors are given the opportunity to examine the artifact or document in question. A weapon, an invoice or contract, a photograph or a video clip are all examples of potential evidence.

To ensure proper evidence management, the recovered object must be identical to the one presented in court.

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