incontrovertible evidence

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Incontrovertible evidence refers to evidence that leaves no doubt as to a particular conclusion. It is the evidence introduced to prove a fact in a trial which is supposed to be so conclusive that there can be no other truth as to the matter. Examples might include a fingerprint showing that someone was present in a room, or a blood test proving who parented a child.

[Last updated in April of 2022 by the Wex Definitions Team