Habit evidence is a term used in the law of evidence in the United States to describe any evidence submitted for the purpose of proving that a person acted in a particular way on a particular occasion based on that person's tendency to reflexively respond to a particular situation in a particular way.[1]

You can go to the witnesses who can talk to the people everyday or the suspects about the habits of the suspects. To fill a schedule of the suspect you looking for.[2]


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