A people's exhibit was any tangible evidence provided by the prosecutor to indicate the defense's guilt.

In 2268, James T. Kirk referred to a chrome steel drill point as "people's exhibit number one" in the case against the Klingon Empire, believed to be arming the Neural villagers with more advanced weapons than they could have produced themselves. Leonard McCoy concurred, labeling a gun barrel rod that was made with the appearance of being homemade as "people's exhibit number two". (TOS: "A Private Little War")

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