Sufficient Evidence Law and Legal Definition
Sufficient evidence refers to evidence of such probative value as to support the verdict of the jury or a finding of fact by the court. The word sufficient does not mean conclusive. Conclusive evidence is evidence that serves to establish a fact or the truth of something.
Evidence is sufficient when it satisfies an unprejudiced mind. [Estate of Cruson v. LONG, 189 Ore. 537, 562 (Or. 1950)].