Conflicting evidence is evidence from different sources which cannot be reconciled. For instance, evidence for the plaintiff and evidence for the defendant, considered together and which presents a fair and reasonable ground for difference of view as to which should prevail.
The evidence, in order to raise a conflict, must be such as to present a fair and reasonable ground for a difference of opinion. [Lefrooth v. Prentice, 202 Cal. 215, 231 (Cal. 1927)].