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Evidence Production 2 The paper investigates the role of evidence production in the regulation of private behavior via judicial and administrative process. It proposes a model in which the law makes the agent's "fine" depend on the presentation of evidence whose production cost, in turn, depends on how the agent has behaved in the regulated activity. This view of evidence production has several notable implications, including that truth-finding has no direct role in deterrence, thatdoi:10.2139/ssrn.259815 fatcat:giu3ceeodbgwlc5bcyao3nhnzu