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Synonyms for deponent

one who testifies, especially in court

Synonyms for deponent

a person who testifies or gives a deposition

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LaFlamme argue passionately that attorneys attempting to shield putative deponents such as Chrysler chairman Lee Iacocca (whose involvement in Mulvey v.
list of deponents to be insufficient to overcome the informer's
1) for the purpose of impeaching the testimony of the deponent as a witness in the same manner and to the same extent as any inconsistent statement made by a witness;
foregoing Cokeley standard to cases involving military deponents.
Deponents obviously benefited from it as their social acceptance and quality of life improved, while victims also reported feeling more respected in their communities and more willing to forgive (Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation in East Timor, 2005, Part 9, p.
In addition to providing the case analysis, I also identify further areas for discovery, key witnesses, potential deponents and testifying experts.
Ultimately, 1371 deponents completed the community reconciliation process, and the CAVR estimates that up to 3000 more might have participated had the process continued for a longer time.
Each chapter includes a summary of the substantive law, deposition Q&A sections organized by issue and directed at specialized deponents like experts, corporate representatives and treating physicians, and discovery forms for complaints, interrogatories, requests for admissions and requests to produce.
This rendered both deponents liable to the most severe of inquisitorial charges: heresy and apostasy.
Nearly all these documents are depositions in which deponents answered "articles" drawn up by the diocese.
At a deposition, deponents swear or affirm before someone authorized to administer oaths that the testimony they are about to give is truthful.
In fact, many deponents who testified in the course of the case defended Alleyn's right to the property upon Agnes's death, and spoke of his love toward both Philip and Agnes.
The deponents moved to stay discovery until the investigation was completed, but the U.
Nevertheless, for this reader at least, although the theoretical discussions were interesting, it was the 'brief lives' of the deponents that spoke loudest, if not for long enough.
These fascinating accounts are analysed in terms of the languages of the deponents and the use of translators.