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The Count of Monte Cristo
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circumstantial evidence
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "But," asked Madame Danglars, looking at her husband with uneasiness, "how could that prevent M. de Villefort"— "In this simple way, madame," replied Monte Cristo; "the waistcoat and the letter were both what is termed circumstantial evidence; I therefore sent them to the king’s attorney.

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  • The appeals court ruled that there was only circumstantial evidence of discrimination, so his case could not continue.
  • Pete Earley’s book Circumstantial Evidence was published a few months after Walter was freed, and it provided a detailed account of the case.
    Bryan Stevenson  --  Just Mercy

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