Introduced Evidence Law and Legal Definition

Introduced evidence refers to evidence offered by a party on the trial of a case and admitted or received by the court.

Once a party introduces evidence that another party committed any of the prohibited acts, the former has the burden of coming forward with evidence to explain his/her conduct. [Ramsay v. Jones (In re Jones), 175 B.R. 994 (Bankr. E.D. Ark. 1994)].