oral testimony


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Higginbotham's own oral testimony, in the negative.
I cannot produce written proof again, but I can give as authentic oral testimony as you can desire, of what he is now wanting, and what he is now doing.
Surveyor Pine, and from whose oral testimony he had made up his narrative, remembered her, in their youth, as a very old, but not decrepit woman, of a stately and solemn aspect.
The following is an abbreviated version of the oral testimony I provided on March 7:
13, following months of written and oral testimony largely in favor of the bill's passage.
The next step was a public hearing to hear oral testimony from interested parties.
Either option poses risks to a company because courts may allow an adverse inference to be taken against a company when its employees (or even former employees) assert their Fifth Amendment rights, while the government may try to use a witness's damaging oral testimony at trial, citing Fed.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 8, 2016-UPS Pilots give oral testimony challenging cargo exclusion from rest rule
CAIR provided written and oral testimony at numerous board hearings and met with board members to make the case for closing schools on Eid for the county's growing Muslim population, which some estimates place at 10 percent of the county's total population.
Oral testimony. Any words spoken by a sworn witness in an official proceeding are considered oral testimony.
Subpoena ad testificandum et duces tecum is a court summon for an individual to appear and give oral testimony for use at hearing or trial of a case.
Syrian poet Golan Haji and authors Robin Yassin Kassab and Zaher Omareen will readfrom a selection of the book's poetry, fast-fiction, reportage, oral testimony and memoir.