exhibit
ex·hib·it 1 vt
1: to submit (as a document) to a court or officer in the course of proceedings; also: to present or offer officially or in legal form
2: to present to view or display outwardly
ex·hib·i·tor n
exhibit 2 n
1 a: a document or object produced and identified in court as evidence
b: a document labeled with an identifying mark (as a number or letter) and appended to a writing (as a brief) to which it is relevant
2: something exhibited
3: an act or instance of exhibiting

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

exhibit
I noun disclosure, display, document produced as evidence, evidence, exhibition, exposition, item of evidence, object produced as evidence, object submitted in proof of facts, presentation, revelation, showing II verb bring forward, bring to light, bring to notice, bring to view, demonstrate, disclose, display, evidence, evince, exhibere, exponere, expose, express, feature, illustrate, indicate, lay bare, lay open, make clear, make known, make obvious, make plain, manifest, offer for inspection, open up, point out, present, present for consideration, present to view, produce, proponere, reveal, reveal to public notice, set forth, show, submit in evidence, uncover, unveil associated concepts: exhibit in evidence III index bare, bear (adduce), brandish, cite (state), demonstrate (establish), denude, depict, disclose, disinter, display, document, documentation, evidence, evince, exemplify, expose, expression (manifestation), flaunt, illustrate, manifest, manifestation, present (introduce), produce (offer to view), propound, unveil

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


exhibit
v.
To display something; to present something publicly.
n.
A piece of physical evidence or a document displayed in court or during a deposition or hearing to be made part of the case.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.


exhibit
something produced to the court or mentioned in an affidavit. For Scotland, See label.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


exhibit
1) A document or object (including a photograph) introduced as evidence during a trial.
2) a copy of a paper attached to a pleading (any legal paper filed in a lawsuit), declaration, affidavit, or other document, which is referred to and incorporated into the main document.
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Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. . 2009.


exhibit
n. A document or thing introduced as evidence in court, or attached to a contract or to a motion.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.


exhibit
As a verb, to show or display; to offer or present for inspection. To produce anything in public, so that it may be taken into possession. To present; to offer publicly or officially; to file of record. To administer; to cause to be taken, as medicines. To submit to a court or officer in the course of proceedings.
As a noun, a paper or document produced and exhibited to a court during a trial or hearing, or to a person taking depositions, or to auditors or arbitrators as a voucher, or in proof of facts, or as otherwise connected with the subject matter, and which, on being accepted, is marked for identification and annexed to the deposition, report, or other principal document, or filed of record, or otherwise made a part of the case.
A paper, document, chart, map, or the like, referred to and made a part of an affidavit, pleading, or brief. An item of physical, tangible evidence that is to be or has been offered to the court for inspection.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


exhibit
I
As a verb, to show or display; to offer or present for inspection. To produce anything in public, so that it may be taken into possession. To present; to offer publicly or officially; to file of record. To administer; to cause to be taken, as medicines. To submit to a court or officer in the course of proceedings.
 
As a noun, a paper or document produced and exhibited to a court during a trial or hearing, or to a person taking depositions, or to auditors or arbitrators as a voucher, or in proof of facts, or as otherwise connected with the subject matter, and which, on being accepted, is marked for identification and annexed to the deposition, report, or other principal document, or filed of record, or otherwise made a part of the case.
 
A paper, document, chart, map, or the like, referred to and made a part of an affidavit, pleading, or brief. An item of physical, tangible evidence that is to be or has been offered to the court for inspection.
II A document or other item introduced as evidence during a trial or hearing.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

exhibit
n.
   1) a document or object (including a photograph) introduced as evidence during a trial. These are subject to objections by opposing attorneys just like any evidence.
   2) a copy of a paper attached to a pleading (any legal paper filed in a lawsuit), declaration, affidavit or other document, which is referred to and incorporated into the main document.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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