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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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803(23) requires other corroborative evidence of the alleged abuse, the court must find there is "evidence other than the alleged child victim's out-of-court statements which tends to confirm that the charged offense occurred.
Hypothesis: A mock corroborative clinical exam administered prior to the final exam will reduce anxiety and therefore increase the comfort level and skill performance of the 1st year dental hygiene student.
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.
The appeal court said a statement by lawmaker Shailendra Mahato of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) party lacked corroborative evidence against Rao and Singh.
Although Tolstoy never saw a Canadian film, the Canadian cinema has yielded plenty of corroborative evidence for his dictum: Claude Jutra's Mon oncle Antoine, Richard Condie's The Big Suit, Alan King's A Married Couple, Atom Egoyan's Next of Kin (and everything after), to name but a few.
He said, "I find these cases, where there are allegations of abuse from 20 or 30 years ago and no corroborative evidence, very worrying.
Why send me to trial without corroborative evidence?
With an uncanny ability to flesh out Miller's memoir by his unearthing of corroborative data, Safley relates the data to the larger interpretive questions at issue for historians.
If the entity's records contain corroborative information about the service organization's actions and their results, the auditor may be able, without a service auditor's report, to determine whether that organization's reports are accurate.