Proffer is an offer made prior to any formal negotiations.

In a trial, to Proffer (sometimes profer) is to offer evidence in support of an argument, or elements of an affirmative defense or offense.

A party with the burden of proof must Proffer sufficient evidence to carry that burden.

For example, in support of a particular argument, a party may Proffer documentary evidence or witnesses.

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