Test question in which the examinee is asked about a particular piece of physical evidence that would incriminate the guilty person. It could be items left at the crime scene by the perpetrator, stolen property that could be discovered in his possession, or even doubts about leaving incriminating fingerprints. For example, if a PDD examination was being administered to resolve a fraudulent use of a credit card, a test question could center on the signature on a receipt, the possibility of a photograph being taken at an ATM where the card was used, or possession of property wrongfully obtained by use of the card. The evidence-connecting question could be more salient to the examinee than the “did you do it” relevant question because the examinee knows it can lead to physical evidence that will implicate him.