inference (in-f[schwa]r-[schwa]nts), n.

1. A conclusion reached by considering other facts and deducing a logical consequence from them. [Cases: Evidence 54, 595. C.J.S. Evidence ¡ì¡ì 130, 132¨C133, 1300, 1341.]

adverse inference. A detrimental conclusion drawn by the fact-finder from a party’s failure to produce evidence that is within the party’s control. ? Some courts allow the inference only if the party’s failure is attributable to bad faith.

¡ª Also termed adverse presumption. Cf. SPOLIATION(1).

2. The process by which such a conclusion is reached; the process of thought by which one moves from evidence to proof. ¡ª infer, vb. ¡ª inferential, adj. ¡ª inferrer, n.

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