Ramirez's lawyers provided the agents with a list of more than 20 witnesses, but as of late Wednesday, the FBI hadn't interviewed any of the people who Ramirez believes could corroborate
her account, according to the person close to Ramirez.
[section] 1158(b)(1)(B)(ii), (21) if an IJ chooses to require additional evidence to corroborate
otherwise credible testimony, the applicant must provide it.
conspiracy, sufficient to corroborate
his confession to being a part of
Absent some other witness statement or physical evidence that corroborates
the teacher's admission, prosecutors say they cannot charge the woman with a crime.
He said: "They corroborate
evidence of offences in the cellar.
This confirms an account by Roman biographer Suetonius, that the emperor 'extended the Palace as far as the Forum, converted the shrine of Castor and Pollux into its vestibule and would often stand between these Divine Brethren to be worshipped by all visitants.' Italian authorities have yet to corroborate
* To corroborate
or lend perspective to representations of others.
This qualitative analysis does corroborate
the disagreement and opposite effect generated when the hospitalist system is integrated into a health care system, and when this integration represents a threat to the earning potential of primary care physicians.
``We have not been able to corroborate
the claims among the thousands of pages of documents and other evidence we have gathered the last year,'' one senior law enforcement official said.
"The survey tends to corroborate
the view that there is a racial divide between whites and African Americans in our society that is not transcended even by a culture as strong as the culture of policing," the study concludes.
Notarial documents; stati d'anime, records of baptisms and marriages; carteggi; and numerous financial records, to name only a few of the categories of documents which she has explored, corroborate
her subject in an impressive manner.
Just as the prankster predicted, dozens of sermons, articles, Web pages, and talk shows earnestly reported the `hole into hell' before anyone bothered phoning him to corroborate
the `facts.'" (Reprinted in The Door, May/ June 2000)