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In the legal sense, to fabricate evidence is to create false evidence to be presented in a court setting with the purpose of convincing a judge or jury that the false evidence presented is real. Fabricated evidence may be created by making up facts or by distorting real facts to a degree where they no longer represent the truth.
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