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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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In his view, when the corroborative evidence is available, appearance of the lab doctors for proving the DNA test becomes unnecessary.
So, this is another corroborative evidence of that statement of ours.
This statute allows such statements to be used as substantive evidence of the accused's (4) guilt or of the acts of abuse at an evidentiary hearing provided that 1) the trial court finds the statements are reliable, and 2) either the child testifies at trial, or if the child is deemed unavailable, that the court finds "there is other corroborative evidence of the abuse or offense.
First, the corroborative detail is exhaustive, even exhausting--down to the name of the cloakroom attendant at the club one of the hostages frequented.
We have learnt from corroborative sources that the production site of German cable and harnessing firm Leoni, located in Northern Mateur (region of Bizerte), finally, reopened on Monday, February 13, 2012.
The US along with its Western friends accuse Iran of trying to create nuclear weapons under the cover of a peaceful nuclear program, while they have never brought forward any corroborative proof to support their allegations.
This evidence will be stored in a tamper proof DVR for a significant period of time and will provide indisputable corroborative evidence when required.
The court held that the prosecution had not given any corroborative evidence in this regard.
In light of Russell's position and a lack of any other "independent corroborative evidence", prosecutor Ian Harris offered no further evidence against Moore.
Purpose: To asses the value of administering a mock corroborative clinical exam to the beginner learner in reducing anxiety and increasing performance on the final corroborative clinical exam.
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.