impartial witness

impartial witness

A person who is independent of a clinical trial, cannot be unfairly influenced by those involved with the trial, attends the informed consent process if the subjects or their legally acceptable representative cannot read, and who reads the informed consent form and any other written information supplied to the subject.
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"I might answer, sire, that he is too deeply interested in the question to be a very impartial witness; but so far from that, sire, I know the duke to be a royal gentleman, and I refer the matter to him--but upon one condition, sire."
here then, from three impartial witnesses, i had a deliberate statement of the entire case.
Earlier, counsel for Maryam and her husband Captain (retd) Mohammed Safdar told an accountability court on Monday that the noted UK-based forensic expert Robert W Radley is not a truthful and impartial witness rather he is an 'interested witness' against the couple facing trial in line with apex court July 28, 2017 verdict.
Jon Kabat-Zinn, the seminal researcher on mindfulness says, "Mindfulness is cultivated by assuming the stance of impartial witness to your own experience." Mindfulness meditation is a meditative practice that can utilize a number of techniques to cultivate awareness, these techniques include but are not limited to breath control, visualization and body scan.
Considering that there were no impartial witness to corroborate the police officers' claim of self-defense, the allegations could be weighed in a full-blown trial, the report said.
* An impartial witness should be present during the entire Informed Consent discussion.
ITN's political editor Tom Bradby was an impartial witness to this as a young TV reporter on the Belfast beat.
* non-judgment, assuming the stance of an impartial witness;
'An athlete obviously has to be thick-skinned but as an impartial witness I have had to be thick-skinned as well.
"CCTV provides rea-ssurance and it provides us with an impartial witness for evidential purposes in court."