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Synonyms for testify

give evidence

Synonyms

testify to something

Synonyms for testify

to give evidence or testimony under oath

to confirm formally as true, accurate, or genuine

to give grounds for believing in the existence or presence of

Synonyms for testify

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A Law Enforcement Officer's Guide to Testifying in Court provides significant information and advice to members of the law enforcement community to improve their persuasive manner of performance at trials while testifying as witnesses.
It offers seminars and workshops in testifying skills, cross-examination, expert-report writing and defending as well as seminars and publications that explain how attorneys impeach and destroy experts.
On March 19, 2001, counsel for Trigon requested drafts of the reports from the United States' testifying experts because they had not been produced with the final reports, even though:
What doctor would take a chance testifying and having their license revoked?
Less partisan observers say expert witnesses are an integral cog in the American judicial machine, and the vast majority of them, testifying in prosaic cases that generate no media buzz, are competent.
Here in New York, you have been a leader in testifying at your state level regarding Indoor Air Quality," McChesney concluded.
Northcut has provided consulting and testifying expertise in a broad range of other litigation areas including securities fraud, antitrust, breach of contract, and trade secrets matters, and has appeared as an expert in state and federal courts and in various administrative forums.
Coward was granted immunity for testifying at Williams' trial.
Jury surveys and research in communication provide guidance to law enforcement officers on how to be more effective in court, whether sitting at the prosecutor's side as the lead investigator or testifying as a witness.
CPAs often act as expert witnesses, testifying in court or in a deposition.
Some scientists conducting the studies neglected to tell those studied that they would be exposed to radiation, according to experts testifying about the research.
They command huge fees testifying on everything from hernia ailments to snowmobile accidents.
Judge Buhl's decision to prohibit Nuovo from testifying is significant because the pathologist has been consulted as a defense witness in many birth-injury cases across the United States and at least a dozen in Michigan.
Testifying Wednesday in Juvenile Court as the defense opened its case, the boys said the 13-year-old didn't put his full strength into the first swing against 15-year-old Jeremy Rourke's knee.
it is upon such subtle factors as the possible interest of the witness in testifying falsely that a defendant's life or liberty may depend.