Testimonial proof legal definition of Testimonial proof
TESTIMONIAL PROOF, civ. law. This word is used in the same sense as we use
parol evidence, and, in contradistinction to literal proof, which is written
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The footage of Ray Rice's brutal assault reveals the urgent need for body-worn cameras on cops to capture independent, visual evidence in incidents that usually hinge on testimonial proof
It will be a real challenge to turn these conversations into testimonial proof
that will stand up in court.
The reports we have about him come from the Bishop of Motherwell, Joseph Devine, and they represent testimonial proof
of the innocence of Father Nicol.