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No, you can't bring in evidence of prior bad acts or character evidence against the defendant to show he has acted badly before. The judge won't allow it and would claim it is prejudicial to the case.
If you have a breach of contract action, you prove your case by proving that there was a contact, the defendant breached the contract, and you have suffered damages due to their breach...
Evidence that they are a bad person is not legally relevant... you just need to show that they have caused you damages by their actions.
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