One who deposes or testifies under oath; one who gives evidence; usually, one who testifies in writing.
A person who gives a deposition or statement
the person who takes an oath or affirmation.
The person who provides evidence in a deposition.
This is the person testifying at a deposition.
a person who testifies or gives a deposition
a person who gives evidence by affidavit or affirmation
a witness who gives information about the crime under oath in a deposition
One who testifies under oath to the truth of facts.
A person swearing or affirming an affidavit.
A person who swears, takes an oath, or affirms that the information in an Affidavit or Child Support Affidavit (Form 133) is true. The deponent must not sign his or her Affidavit or Child Support Affidavit (Form 133) except in the presence of a commissioner of oaths, lawyer, or notary public.
A witness that is questioned in a deposition.
A person who is required to appear for a deposition and give sworn testimony.
A person signing or swearing an Affidavit or document before a Justice of the Peace
A person who makes an affidavit.
The person who testifies at a deposition.
One who testifies, or deposes, to the truth of certain facts.
The person who swears on affidavit (q.v.).
One who testifies by deposition.
The witness who testifies as to information or facts known to him or her, under oath in a deposition.
The person giving testimony in a deposition.
One whose deposition is being taken.
One who makes deposition under oath and whose testimony is reduced to writing.
One who makes a statement on oath (verbal or written) in connection with a legal case. Various wills.
One who acts as a witness and gives written testimony under oath.
Someone who gives testimony in the form of a disposition.