Supreme Court

Present your evidence in Supreme Court

Evidence is the information you use in court to convince the judge to make the order you've asked for. The judge decides what evidence can or can't be presented in court.

When a judge allows information to be presented in court, they admit the evidence. This means that the judge will consider it when making their decision.

There are three ways to get evidence in front of the court:

  • Witnesses — sworn witnesses (including yourself) can tell facts they have first-hand knowledge of.
  • Documents — you or a witness can introduce documents as evidence.
  • Expert Opinion — a properly qualified expert can give an opinion, either in person or through a written report.