How can a DA prove specific intent?

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The question is missing the underlying crime. The DA must prove the specific intent of the accused in committing a certain crime. Courts generally allow direct and circumstantial evidence as well as expert witness testimony in proving the intent element of the crime. General information on specific intent can be found here.

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