Of course the government would claim that all kinds of circumstantial and factual differences would obtain.
The problem is that there is an enormous amount of both direct and circumstantial evidence to the contrary.
Still, the circumstantial case against Lieberman involved much more money and was much more transparent.
"But as a professional historian, this is circumstantial evidence," because O'Connell wasn't there.
There are rumors, theories, clues, and an intriguing amount of circumstantial evidence that she landed on a desert island.
Centipedes:Allothereua maculata (circumstantial evidence), p. 223.
"She is just one year younger than I am," she added, thinking it well to be circumstantial.
At best or at worst any evidence producible against this defendant would be circumstantial.
The jury convict on circumstantial evidence, and I sentence the prisoner to death.
I decline to use the circumstantial evidence you have brought against a man who is above suspicion, in my mind, at least.