The New Evidence


  • Mgs. Rojas Cárdenas Juan Alberto Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los Andes, Puyo-Ecuador.
  • Mgs. Edmundo Enrique Pino Andrade Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los Andes, Puyo-Ecuador.
  • Abg. Jossema Elizabeth Cueva Moscoso Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los Andes, Puyo-Ecuador


Evidence, Litigation, Regulations.


Law is the result of the ancient societies' quest to maintain balance in their communities. According to history, law originated in the first primitive communities whose main economic activity was agriculture. That is, agricultural societies seek social peace and productive order. This led to the need to choose one or more individuals to manage these tasks, laying the foundation for what is now known as the State. Evidence, according to various authors, is the means by which the truth of disputed facts is sought. From a more doctrinal perspective, evidence in the legal field represents the quest for "truth." The concept of evidence not only relates to all sectors of the law but also transcends the general field of law, extending into other human sciences. As a society, the state assumed the obligation to maintain order and weigh rights, becoming involved in dogmas promoted by social and political movements in various countries. These movements have significantly influenced the ideologies that characterize each legislation, adopting views that are most viable in terms of respecting human rights. These rights have been codified in various legal bodies, constituting principles and guarantees. It is the responsibility of the state to ensure that there is no violation and that every act exercised by public power adheres to due process.




How to Cite

Mgs. Rojas Cárdenas Juan Alberto, Mgs. Edmundo Enrique Pino Andrade, & Abg. Jossema Elizabeth Cueva Moscoso. (2024). The New Evidence. Kurdish Studies, 12(1), 4659–4670. Retrieved from