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an assertion offering firsthand authentication of a fact

something that serves as evidence

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If we do not act decisively to preserve the legacy of these recorded memories, many thousands of hours of valuable eyewitness testimony could be lost for all time," said Stephen D.
The legal side of testimony: The legal basis for requiring a witness to perform testimony is the Bahraini Procedures Act, Article 114 to Article 127, where the legislator has strengthened such commitment with a criminal penalty in case of violation, which may reach jail term of 3 months if the issue is a non-compliance with the orders of the investigating and trial authorities.
ISSUE: Expert witnesses are often called upon in medical negligence cases to provide testimony as to a defendant-physician's breach of the standard of care, and the WVSMA believes that all expert witness testimony should be fair and accurate.
Supreme Court today denied the appeal of Texas death row inmate Duane Buck, who was seeking a retrial based on race-related testimony given during the sentencing phase of his 1997 trial.
The Yemeni judiciary system refuses to accept a woman's testimony in murder cases simply because she is a woman.
Simply described, the jury begins deliberation, then requests that certain testimony be read back.
To help monitor its performance in serving Congress, GAO uses the testimony performance measure.
Wong's attorneys, Janet Levine and Jeffrey Rutherford, had asked that Edwards' testimony remain sealed, noting that none of the sexual acts described took place in Wong's presence nor at his direction.
Not only would this reduce the likelihood of biased testimony, it could also give judges a window into scientific inquiry.
On February 1, 2005, in response to the parties' Joint Motion for the Issuance of Requests for International Judicial Assistance ("the Joint Motion"), the Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ") issued Letters of Request and Commissions to a consular official under the Hague Convention for the Taking of Evidence Abroad authorizing testimony to be taken in Paris of 13 French national witnesses proposed by the parties, including Peyrelevade.
December's splashiest leak came from the world of baseball, where the secret grand jury testimony of seven-time National League Most Valuable Player Barry Bonds was published at length in the San Francisco Chronicle, triggering an anti-steroids outcry from the Golden Gate Bridge to the White House.
The convictions of the two mothers were obtained largely on expert testimony that the judges considered "unsafe.
The Board, which oversees the IRS's administration, management, and direction, has invited TEI's testimony every year since its inception (as part of the restructuring of the tax agency.
Federal rule of civil procedure 26(a)(2) mandates experts disclose their identity, the issues their opinions will address, their professional qualifications (including what they've published in the past 10 years and all cases in which they provided expert testimony in the previous four years) and who is paying them.
How people testify and how others perceive them are as important as their testimony.