|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|witness for the defence||0.5||0.7||4986||72|
|witness protection program||1.27||0.7||8168||57|
|witness for the prosecution||1.92||1||7199||9|
|witness for the prosecution 1957||1.33||0.5||6218||26|
|witness complete in asaram case||1.69||0.6||4412||67|
|witness en español||1.26||0.3||1173||82|
To the modern world, a “witness” is commonly understood as someone who testifies on behalf of a person or to an event that he or she has seen with their own eyes or for which the person has first-hand knowledge. This is the common understanding of serving as a “witness” in court.What is a testimony of a witness?
Legal Definition of testimony. : testimony that a witness gives at a different proceeding (as another hearing or a deposition) Note: Under Federal Rule of Evidence 804, former testimony is admissible as an exception to the hearsay rule when the declarant is unavailable...What does "witnessing" mean?
Witness(verb) attestation of a fact or an event; testimony. Witness(verb) that which furnishes evidence or proof. Witness(verb) one who is cognizant; a person who beholds, or otherwise has personal knowledge of, anything; as, an eyewitness; an earwitness.What does "witness" mean on a form?
"Witness" suggests a formal attestation or vouching of something, such as a signature or the terms of the contract. "Whereof" in this context means "of what" or "of which". Thus, "in witness whereof" essentially means to attest to something in the document being signed.