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Synonyms for eyewitness

someone who sees something occur

Words related to eyewitness

a spectator who can describe what happened

be present at an event and see it with one's own eyes

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Eyewitness said it hopes to amplify Watchdog's security offering by extending Eyewitness's additional resources to Watchdog customers.
In 2011, acknowledging eyewitness identification evidence as "the greatest source of wrongful convictions but also an invaluable law enforcement tool in obtaining accurate convictions," the court convened the Supreme Judicial Court Study Group on Eyewitness Identification ("Study Group").
He told me to tell her to stay out of his way otherwise he would have someone harm her with acid," testified the eyewitness.
Currently, 18 states have passed legislation to study or regulate eyewitness identification procedures.
Another eyewitness claimed that 800 worshippers were present inside the imambargah at the time of attack.
and raping a child based on three eyewitness identifications of him at
The eyewitness said he was not sure as to why he (Wilungbou) jumped into the drain.
courts and legislatures are slowly shifting away from using eyewitness testimony as the gold standard of evidence.
He added that the eyewitness was buying vegetables at the time of the murder of the private tv correspondent.
com)-- ABC11 Eyewitness News has announced the launch of its seamless, real-time breaking news alerts on all ABC11 viewing platforms, adding television broadcasts to the mix of its existing platforms such as text messages, email, mobile apps, ABC11.
Mistaken eyewitness identification is one of the leading causes of wrongful conviction.
Mistaken eyewitness identifications are the leading cause of wrongful convictions.
Another eyewitness said more than a dozen could have perished in the accident.
E]yewitness testimony is likely to be believed by jurors, especially when it is offered with a high level of confidence, even though the accuracy of an eyewitness and the confidence of that witness may not be related to one another at all.