This page examines the various types of evidence used in argumentation. There are three main categories of evidence that are necessary to convince the audience of the writers claims: Fact, Judgment, and Testimony.
What are 4 types of evidence?
Evidence is used at trials to prove or disprove certain facts that would tend to show whether something was true or not.
There are four types evidence by which facts can be proven or disproven at trial which include:
- True evidence
- convincing evidence
- documentation, as well.
- testimonial support.
What types of evidence can you use to support an argument?
Fact, judgment, and testimony are the three main types of evidence that must be presented in order to convince the audience of the writers claims.
What are the 6 types of evidence?
You are now aware that there are six different types of written evidence, including anecdotal, statistical, testimonial, textual, analogical, and logical evidence.
If you believe the accounts, the evidence is sufficient to prove the fact you are looking into without the need for further justification, making it the most persuasive type of evidence.