oral evidence

oral evidence

noun corroboration, document, doccmentary evidence, documentation, species of proof, validation, verbal confirmation, verbal explanaaion of facts admitted at trial, verbal proof, verbal proof of facts, verbal proof presented at trial, verbal testimony, verbal testimony which is part of the record, verification
Associated concepts: independent experts
See also: affirmance, deposition

oral evidence

spoken testimony given by witnesses in court, usually under oath. See also EVIDENCE, REAL EVIDENCE.
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Documents and oral evidence which were not collected before in the case will be collected by the SIT, the government said.
In his oral evidence, Ime Umanah from Ikot Obio Ekpe in Ukanafun said the election was peaceful in the units and his ward, describing as false, an earlier testimony of widespread violence deposed to by an APC witness, Abasiono Udomfu.
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He argued that the proper mode of bringing the action ought to have been by a writ of summons were oral evidence can be called to resolve the dispute.
The Commons Privileges Committee said Mr Cummings' refusal to give oral evidence constituted a "significant interference" in the work of the inquiry.
figure By BRIAN OCHARO The five children of Mombasa tycoon Jaswant Singh Boor Singh Dhanjal, who died in 2004, are to give oral evidence in a dispute over his Sh2.1 billion estate.
Barrister for the dead men's families Karen Quinlivan QC wants witness Noel Walker to give oral evidence at the pending inquest.
'The fact that over the last more than six years no attempt has been made by the FIA to procure documentary or oral evidence from Brig (Retd) Hamid Saeed Akhtar or any of the other officers named above reflects poorly on the ability and desire on the part of the FIA to carry out its duty as well as the directions of this Honourable Court,' the reply stated.
Mrs Sargeant is challenging the following decisions: | To bar the family's lawyers from being able to question witnesses; | to allow the independent investigator to bar the family from hearings; | to prevent oral evidence from being heard in public; and | to prevent the independent investigator from being able to order witnesses to give evidence.
During the cross-examination, Mr Zia who headed the six-member joint investigation team (JIT) said that the investigators 'did not come across any documentary or oral evidence showing that accused Hassan Nawaz Sharif had been accused of money laundering or any proceeding in this regard had been initiated against him by any UK authority for any of his business activities related to any of [his] companies.'
Deepak claimed the civil suits were meant to block him from giving oral evidence in a civil case related to murdered Mongolian national, Altantuya Shaariibuu.
Mr Sargeant's family are unhappy their lawyers would be barred from questioning witnesses, and oral evidence would not be heard in public.