Adversary Evidence Law and Legal Definition

Adversary evidence is an evidence otherwise inadmissible which one of the parties is permitted to introduce by reason of similar or related evidence which has been tendered by his/her opponent.

A motion for a directed verdict admits the truth of all of the adversary evidence and every inference legitimately and logically flowing therefrom. [Iverson Paints v. Wirth Corp., 94 Idaho 43, 45 (Idaho 1971)].