(=proof) preuves fpl
evidence to support a theory des preuves à l'appui d'une théorie
→ There is no evidence to support this theory.
there is evidence that il est prouvé que
→ There is a lot of evidence that stress is partly responsible for disease.
to show evidence of donner des signes de
→ If he was irritated by his cameraman, he showed no evidence of it.
→ The room showed evidence of a struggle.
to see evidence of voir des signes de
to see evidence that constater que
→ We saw evidence everywhere that tourism was on the increase.
to be in evidence être visible
→ Lawlessness was particularly in evidence in the towns.
→ Few soldiers were in evidence.
(LAW, against defendant) preuves fpl
→ He tried to destroy the evidence.
→ Detectives found valuable evidence in the flat.
→ There was enough evidence for a successful prosecution.
evidence against sb des preuves contre qn
→ There was no real evidence against him.
to produce sth as evidence produire qch comme pièce à conviction
→ She produced a letter from the accused as evidence.
→ Police have kept the stolen objects as evidence.
[+witness] témoignage m → The evidence she gave was rejected. to give evidence témoigner, déposer → Cabin crew have been giving evidence at the M1 air crash enquiry.
n preuves fpl relevées lors d'une expertise médicolégale
to be convicted on forensic evidence être reconnu coupable sur la base du rapport médico-légal
→ They were convicted on forensic evidence alone ...
n preuve f par ouï-dire
→ Hearsay evidence could be very revealing in marriage proceedings