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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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The first chapter, "What You Need to Understand Before Trial," is designed to help set the mental stage for officers preparing to testify by building their confidence.
They should state the issue you will testify about, the form your reporting will take, what the engaging attorney expects and other business details including fees.
Technical expertise and testify as to the specific and formula-driven benefits of insurance; or
Weeding out bad experts, sometimes called "hired guns" for their willingness to testify to anything for a fee, is not so easy.
Despite the defense's strenuous objections, Bloch was permitted to testify as an expert witness.
Vogel could testify about is the fact that he received 22 affidavits and more than 30 witness statements describing sightings of Middle Easterners with McVeigh.
Tell your expert how justice will be served if he will testify on your side of the case,' said John C.
Personnel information concerning law enforcement officers who testify against the accused may be as important to the defense as evidence directly affecting innocence.
Braly asked Binnie whether McClendon "travels around to all these medical meetings hunting for doctors that will testify for the tobacco industry?