Alibi

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Primarily LegalPlay
The term 'alibi' is primarily used in legal contexts to refer to evidence for innocence. SlideThe defendant's alibi was supported by video footage.
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Beyond PresencePlay
'Alibi' doesn't just mean you were elsewhere; it must prove you couldn't commit the crime. SlideShe had an alibi showing she was abroad during the heist.
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Not Always TruePlay
An alibi can be false; questioning its validity is common in legal disputes. SlideHis alibi was scrutinized to confirm if it was fabricated.