Which type of evidence supports an assertion based on previously obtained evidence?

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Which type of evidence supports an assertion based on previously obtained evidence?

  • direct evidence
  • corroborating evidence
  • best evidence
  • indirect evidence

Explanation: Corroborating evidence is evidence that supports a proposition already supported by initial evidence, therefore confirming the original proposition. Circumstantial evidence is evidence other than first-hand accounts of events provided by witnesses.

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