Attestation of a fact or an event; testimony.
That which furnishes evidence or proof.
One who is cognizant; a person who beholds, or otherwise has personal knowledge of, anything; as, an eyewitness; an earwitness.
One who testifies in a cause, or gives evidence before a judicial tribunal; as, the witness in court agreed in all essential facts.
One who sees the execution of an instrument, and subscribes it for the purpose of confirming its authenticity by his testimony; one who witnesses a will, a deed, a marriage, or the like.
To see or know by personal presence; to have direct cognizance of.
To give testimony to; to testify to; to attest.
To see the execution of, as an instrument, and subscribe it for the purpose of establishing its authenticity; as, to witness a bond or a deed.
To bear testimony; to give evidence; to testify.
A person who testifies under oath as to what he has seen or heard. Compare with expert witness.
The transcendental Consciousness that lies at the root of the mind and from which the mind can be observed.
a person who is sworn at a trial to provide evidence in a case
A person who signs a deed or Will to confirm that it has been executed in his presence. Someone who testifies in proceedings.
An individual who provides evidence under penalty of perjury, under oath in a trial. It is also the observance of an event or transaction or contract.
One who testifies to what he or she has seen, heard, or otherwise observed or testifies to his or her opinion based on a hypothetical statement.
A witness is the both a person who authenticates a legal document and a person you gives evidence in a court of law. A witness to a legal document must verify the signing of a document such as a will in order for it to be valid in the eyes of the law. A court witness provides evidence under oath in a court proceeding, and also verifies other evidence is true. Evidence from a witness is given orally in court as a testimony, or as a written document known as an affidavit. It is a crime to intimidate or influence a witness to distort the truth in a court case. The courts in England and Wales offer advice and assistance to witnesses via the Witness Service.
A person who is present when something occurs or who gives evidence of something they have observed or heard or of something in which they have recognised expertiseâ€¢ Bailâ€¢ Civil Courtsâ€¢ Coroner's Inquestsâ€¢ Criminal Compensationâ€¢ Criminal Courtsâ€¢ Family Court Proceduresâ€¢ Government's Rightsâ€¢ Justices of the Peaceâ€¢ Marriageâ€¢ Peace & Good Behaviour Orders
We bear witness in ourselves to the reality we experience. A witness is not simply an observer of reality or one who gives verbal testimony, but one who demonstrates in fullness what has been realized in experience.
a person who gives testimony under oath or affirmation.
A person who can provide testimony on behalf of the prosecution or DUI defense.
A witness ( Gk martyr ) in the New Testament sense does not simply witness to an observed fact but bears personal testimony to a truth, putting personal weight behind it. So Jesus witness to the truth, and the Father, the scriptures and the Spirit witness to Jesus.
a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"
testimony by word or deed to your religious faith
(law) a person who attests to the genuineness of a document or signature by adding their own signature
(law) a person who testifies under oath in a court of law
perceive or be contemporaneous with; "We found Republicans winning the offices"; "You'll see a lot of cheating in this school"; "I want to see results"; "The 1960 saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions"; "I want to see results"
a person who can testify as to what he/she knows from having heard, seen, or otherwise observed
a person who gives evidence regarding matters of fact under inquiry
a person who gives evidence to the Court about his or her knowledge of a case
a person who has direct or personal knowledge of a fact that is in dispute in a lawsuit
a person who has personal knowledge of the issues
a person who has testified or is expected to testify in a case
a person who knows something by a personal encounter
a person who relates facts from direct personal knowledge or proclaims views or truths of which he is convinced
a person whose declaration under oath is received as evidence for any purpose, whether such declaration be
a person who sees a crime
a person who speaks from personal knowledge
a person who speaks in a Law Court and who tells what they have seen and heard
a person who stands at the door and looks out with his eyes
a person with knowledge relating to the particulars of the infraction (i
a person with some experience and knowledge that can help establish the truth of some fact that is in dispute
a random person who saw the crime and reported it
a testimony and even carries the idea of a recorder
a testimony to the existence of something real
a third person who signs that the subject received an explanation of the study, and read the consent form
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A person who watches you sign your will. Most states require two witnesses. They cannot be related to you and cannot be entitled to receive anything under your will.
A person asked to testify in court.
A person subpoenaed to testify under oath who possesses factual knowledge about the case.
A person who has seen or knows something about a crime. The victim is usually a witness too.
One who is present at a transaction, such as sale of land or signing of a will, who can testify or affirm that it actually took place.
One who personally sees or perceives a thing; one that testifies as to what he has seen, heard, or otherwise observed.
A person testifying under oath in court, who possesses factual knowledge about a case.
Person who comes to court and swears under oath to give truthful evidence.
A person called upon by either side in a lawsuitto give testimony before the court or jury.
A person who testifies before a legislative committee.
A person appearing before an Investigative Committee to present evidence and answer questions.
A person who testifies at a judicial proceeding.
anyone who testifies in court including the victim
A person who testifies to what he or she has seen, heard. or otherwise experienced. Also, a person who observes the signing of a will and is competent to testify that it is the will-maker's intended last will and testament.
any person who testifies at a hearing about what he or she has seen, heard, or otherwise experienced
A person called upon by either side in a lawsuit to give testimonybefore the court or jury.writ: A formal written command, issued from the court, requiringthe performance of a specific act.
A person who saw the events that are the subject of a lawsuit. If the witness is not associated with the defendant or plaintiff then they are called an independent witness. Witnesses are questioned by a lawyer, or by a private investigator hired by the lawyer.
A person subscribing his or her name for the purpose of attesting to a document's authenticity and proving he or she saw the parties place their signatures on the document.
Person who testifies under oath before a court, regarding what he/she has seen, heard or otherwise observed.
(Gr. martyria) One who testifies by word and deed. In the New Testament, the word is also rendered "martyr," a reference to those who give their lives for the gospel of Christ. Also, the Holy Spirit bears witness to the spirits of those who believe in Christ, that they belong to Him. See Rom. 8:16; Heb. 10:15; 12:1; 1 John 5:6 12; Rev. 11:3 12. See also MARTYR.
a person who has directly seen an event, such as a crime or who has other knowledge that is related to a court case; or some thing, such as a piece of physical evidence.
One who testifies under oath to what he/she saw, heard, or otherwise.
A person called to testify about what s/he saw, heard or knows.
One who is called to court to testify in order to tell what he or she knows about the case. (See, also, " Expert Witness").
An individual who testifies at a trial on what he has seen, heard, or otherwise observed.
To subscribe one's name to a deed, will or other document for the purpose of attesting its authenticity and proving its execution by testifying, if required.
One who testifies to what he or she has seen, heard or otherwise observed or concluded from observations.
One who testifies as to what they have observed.
A person who perceives an event (by seeing, hearing, smelling or other sensory perception). The legal definition refers to the court-supervised recital of that sensory experience, in writing (deposition) or verbally (testimony). Words of limitation Words in a conveyance or in a will which set the duration of an estate. If a will said "to Bob and his heirs", the words "and his heirs" are words of limitation because they indicate that Bob gets the land in fee simple and his heirs get no interest.
In terms of a Toltec Warriors party, the assistant or witness can be a man or a woman, Dreamer or Stalker; if the witness is a woman she is usually from the south. A witness can also be one who can give a firsthand account of something seen, heard, or experienced. He sees exactly what is from a neutral point of view without judgment or opinion.
A person who gives evidence about matters they know which are relevant to the proceedings.
A witness is anyone who testifies under oath in a trial or deposition with first-hand or expert evidence useful in a lawsuit. This person can be a party for the plaintiff or defendant.
A person who gives evidence in Court (see also EXPERT WITNESS).
One who testifies, under oath, to what he or she has seen, heard, or observed.
A person who testifies as to his or her knowledge of the facts related to a particular case.
Telling another person about how to accept Jesus Christ as a personal savior.
A person who can be called on to provide evidence, establishing the authenticity of an occurrence.
An individual who signs his or her name to a document for the purpose of attesting to its authenticity. For example, a witness is usually required to sign a deed, will or other legal document.
a person who gives evidence, either by way of a written statement or orally in court;
A person who testifies under oath at a deposition or trial, providing firsthand or expert evidence. In addition, the term also refers to someone who watches another person sign a document and then adds his name to confirm (called "attesting") that the signature is genuine.
One who testifies under oath as to what she or he has seen, heard or otherwise observed.
a person who gives evidence, in Court this is under oath or by affirmation
a person who gives evidence in court under oath or who signs a document to testify/certify that the person who signed the document was who he claimed to be
Person called upon by either side in a lawsuit to give testimony before the court or jury.
A person who has information relevant to the facts of the case and who may testify in court about what they know.
A person invited or required to attend a meeting of a committee for the purpose of giving evidence.
One who testifies at a trial or a deposition.
The regular definition of this word is a person who perceives an event (by seeing, hearing, smelling or other sensory perception). The legal definition refers to the court-supervised recital of that sensory experience, in writing ( deposition) or verbally ( testimony).