In the court record, each piece of evidence has a green box that gives basic info. The text is always given in the same format. This tutorial is to show you what is usually put in these boxes.
- The first line shows the age.
- If the age is known, this is given as a number.
- If the person has been long dead (and not just murdered very recently), the word "deceased" is used instead.
- If the age is unknown, use "??"
- The second line shows the gender.
- This simply is given as either "Male" or "Female".
- The first line shows the type of evidence. They are one of the following:
- The second and third line shows how the evidence was obtained. These are the possible sentences:
- One of my possessions
- Received during the preliminary hearing
- Found at/in ...
- Obtained at/in ...
- Received from ...
Retrieved from ...
- Submitted as evidence by ...
Found at Crime Scene