Circumstantial: adj. evidence suggesting possible guilt by proximity but unproven beyond a reasonable doubt

Conviction based on circumstantial evidence alone is unjust but in the real world judges and juries must make a judgment of innocence or guilt and sometimes circumstantial evidence is unfortunately the only evidence which is available and it takes a costly lawyer to convince a jury or judge that despite the overwhelming circumstantial evidence, a defendant is really not guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

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