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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The tribunal, which was due to have restarted last Monday, will now resume on November 13 with the hearing of oral evidence from witnesses.
She also said the inquiry panel had not set any formal dates for receiving oral evidence from retailers and other interested parties.
The report of the Standards and Privileges Committee found: "We cannot accept much of the memorandum submitted to the committee by Mr Willetts, nor much of his oral evidence, as being accurate.
The committee intends to hold oral evidence sessions early in the new year with a view to reporting on the job losses, what is being put in place to aid those who will lose their jobs, what can be done to prevent the plant''s permanent closure and the wider implications for the region''s economy.
It has the power to call any witnesses it wants and then gathers written and oral evidence before drawing up a report on its findings.
I asked the barrister to confirm that Coun Keith Lewis' refusal to give oral evidence had been in his words 'unhelpful,' this he confirmed.
said that I should look at the oral evidence provided to the Foreign Affairs Committee.
Written submissions were received from 181 organisations or individuals, and 21 bodies were represented at oral evidence sessions.
And Mr Flynn says he will be happy to give oral evidence to the legal probe when asked.
I suspect it very likely that we will want to hear oral evidence.
The deadline for submitting evidence is September 14 ahead of public oral evidence sessions in the autumn.
The National Assembly set up the committee to take oral evidence from the First Minister on matters within ministers' fields of accountability or responsibilities.