Legal Definition and Related Resources of Demonstrative Evidence
Meaning of Demonstrative Evidence
evidence as is addressed directly to the senses of the court or the jury without the intervention of the testimony of witnesses, as where various things are exhibited in open court . Evidence that has no probative value in itself but serves merely as a visual aid in comprehending the verbal testimony of a witness . See Smith v Ohio Oil Co, 134 N.E.2d 526, 10Ill.App.2d67.
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