Definitions for "Witness statement"
The written evidence of a witness, which is usually read by the court as the witness's "evidence in chief". The witness promises that the statement is true and can be cross-examined on it.
A witness statement is evidence given in court under oath. It can either be given orally or written. A written witness statement is called an affidavit, a spoken witness statement is known as testimony. A witness statement can be given via a video link if necessary.
a document recording the evidence of a person who you have spoken to, which is signed by that person to confirm that the contents of the statement are true
a document similar in layout to the Particulars of Claim but which contains ALL the relevant details of the circumstances of the claim