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corroborating

(kŏr-ŏb′ō-rā-tĭng)
Confirming or supporting with evidence.
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2) Lawyers are usually interested in obtaining evidence that will corroborate whatever their clients tell them.
"But we know at the end of the day there was no other witness who could corroborate or confirm what she said, even the ones she identified as having been present," he added.
Keyser believes Ford's account but is "unable to corroborate it because she has no recollection of the incident in question," her attorney, Howard Walsh, said.
WHEN the FA found there was no evidence to corroborate Mason Holgate's allegation that Roberto Firmino had racially abused him, we all accepted those findings.
Interior Secretary Ismael 'Mike' Sueno on Tuesday denied the allegations of Robredo and asked her to corroborate her statement on policemen using the 'palit-ulo' scheme against poor drug offenders and their family and relatives.
Prior to Congress's passage of the REAL ID Act ("REAL ID") in 2005, no single standard governed the circumstances in which an immigration judge (IJ) could require an asylum applicant to provide extrinsic evidence to corroborate credible testimony.
"Statements of people who were aware that a meeting between the two took place, as claimed by Singh, were recorded to corroborate the sequence of events," said a CBI official.
We've got two different kinds of genetic evidence that are independent from one another and they both corroborate the story.
"Officers then carry out inquiries to corroborate those allegations, and in this case that process is ongoing."
It will take some time to corroborate the report," added Parnaik.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- German investigators dismissed the media allegations that Iran plotted to attack the US military in the European country, and said they could not find any evidence to corroborate the claims.