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corroborative

adjective affirmatory, agreeing, assenting, attested, borne out, certified, confirmed, confirming, convincing, corroborating, deductible, determined, established, evidential, evidentiary, prima facie, proved, valid, verified, vindicatory
Associated concepts: corroborating circumstances, corrobooating evidence, corroborating information
See also: convincing, deductible, provable
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So, this is another corroborative evidence of that statement of ours.
803(23)(a)(2)(b) and find other corroborative evidence of the alleged abuse exists before the child victim's out-of-court statements are admissible under [section] 90.
Lawrence Walsh, the independent counsel who headed that investigation, made it clear in his book Firewalk The Iran-Contra Conspiracy and Cover-up that he did not find Gates a credible witness and considered indicting him but did not do so for lack of sufficient corroborative evidence.
Linda Mann had been murdered in a neighbouring village three years earlier and a local youth, Richard Buckland, had made admissions about Dawn's killing, but with no corroborative evidence, the police couldn't prove he was the murderer.
The victim said he'd been shot about two hours earlier while exiting a bathroom in the home, but sheriff's deputies found no physical evidence or corroborative witnesses to support his story, Costleigh said.
The Home Office rejected the document, claiming it was an internal communication with no corroborative evidence.
Sir Ivan said that in prosecutions relating to recent incidents of abuse, it was normal to expect corroborative evidence of a complaint being made, plus medical and scientific evidence and disclosure of documents such as school records stating which masters and which boys were present on a specific date.
William Newton tells it so simply and so plausibly that you end up wanting to search for corroborative evidence.
Corroborative laboratory techniques quantifying biomarkers as explicit indicators of a toxin's action are therefore ideal.
At the Court of Criminal Appeal in Dublin, senior counsel for the State Peter Charleton rejected allegations from Murphy's lawyers that his right to silence had been disregarded when it was used as part of the corroborative evidence against him in the original trial.
Throughout the hearing PC Sidhu was not able to produce a single witness or any corroborative evidence to support any of the specific allegations made against either the force or named officers.
The assessment should be comprehensive and corroborative.