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testimony

[tes′timō′nē]
Etymology: L, testimonium, evidence
the statement of a witness, usually made orally and given under oath, such as at a court trial.
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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: Israel's Cabinet granted wider powers on Sunday to a commission investigating a deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla, enabling the five-man panel to compel witnesses to appear and testify under oath.
Dutch opposition leaders also called for a parliamentary inquiry in which ministers would be required to testify under oath about the failure to protect the Bosnian Muslims.
Given the low possibility that a resolution calling for Suzuki's resignation as a Diet member will pass, and the ruling coalition's reluctance to summon Suzuki to the House of Councillors Budget Committee, the opposition bloc is arguing that Suzuki should be summoned to testify under oath over allegations related to the Defense Agency and the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry.
One other development to note: During the federal appeal, Abu-Jamal may testify under oath - something that he has never done before in his case.
After hearing Anslinger testify under oath that "marijuana is the most violence-causing drug in the history of mankind," and against the protests of the American Medical Association, the National Oilseed Institute and the birdseed industry, the Marijuana Tax Act was passed by congress.
former president and board member of the Forensic Consultants Association of Orange County, expert witnesses are those who testify under oath about the physical details of a given case and state their conclusions and opinions about them.
18 that their clients will be called to testify under oath about their actions concerning the 1995 Ipperwash Provincial Park occupation.
Basically, anything that might establish the guilt or innocence of the accused may be admitted as evidence, except for hearsay -- statements made out of court by someone ho isn't present to testify under oath at a trial.
The charges were serious enough to initiate a court-authorized investigation, and various individuals were called to testify under oath.
The broadly defined policy allows the town to require fire fighters to testify under oath 'in any lawful proceeding or investigation.
You are hereby directed to appear before the Committee on Good Government and Public Accountability of the House of Representatives to testify under oath relative to the subject matter under inquiry on the Committee Hearing scheduled on July 25, 2017, 9:30 a.
Trump said that he would be 100 percent willing to testify under oath.