What Is the Difference between Relevant and Irrelevant in Evidence?

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Relevant evidence means that the evidence that has been produced has factual items that can be used to produce some one as guilty of a charge that was committed. Irrelevant means the evidence that has been produced has no facts based on it and the case can easily be thrown away since there is no prove. Material evidence is when an object has been got that has the finger prints of the accused. Example could be a knife that used in the murder.
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