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  1. A witness is a person who testifies at trial to what he has seen, heard, or otherwise observed.
  2. A witness is any person who may testify in a judicial or an administrative proceeding.
  3. A witness was supposedly the one who called in the crime.
  4. A witness was necessary and Italo Santelli's testimony led to the disqualification of the Italian fencer, and a scandal.
  5. If the witness is willing to sign a waiver of immunity from self-incrimination that testimony will be received.

Christian Witness

  1. In considering the many corruptions of Christian witness, we, Evangelicals and Catholics, confess that we have sinned against one another and against God.

Witness Protection Program

  1. Kathy Mershon was the adopted daughter of the late Jim and Linda Mershon, friends of Julia Santos from her time in the Witness Protection Program.
  2. Deloris is in the witness protection program because she saw her boyfriend Curtis Shank shoot a man.

Bearing Witness

  1. What attracts is, above all, the encounter with believing persons who, through their faith, draw others to the grace of Christ by bearing witness to him.
  2. A. One way to look at this is that the trial was bearing witness to the most colossal espionage failure in American history.

Witness Lee

  1. Witness Lee begins his discussion of these four main figures—God, Christ, the Church, and the local churches—by focusing on the local churches.
  2. In fact, Witness Lee is speaking neither in the context of sensationalistic demonic possession nor of his physical place of origin.
  3. ECNR Quote #3: "If people ask if I come from China, I would tell them, 'No, I come from the third heaven!'" (Witness Lee, How to Meet, p.

First Witness

  1. However, in the phrase the reluctant first witness, the adjective first modifies only the noun witness.
  2. The first witness for the prosecution was Max Elitcher.
  3. BLOCH: If the Court, please, my first witness is the defendant Julius Rosenberg.

Star Witness

  1. The prosecution made Hulk Hogan its star witness, and his testimony in the trial severely damaged the two's friendship.
  2. If there were ever a star witness to the Holocaust, it would seem to be Jan Karski, and, as a matter of fact, for fifty years it has been Jan Karski.
  3. Greenglass became a star witness against the Rosenbergs, testifying that he saw his sister transcribing his spy notes on a typewriter.

Key Witness

  1. Simeoni, 32, is a key witness in the trial of controversial Italian sports doctor Michele Ferrari, with whom Armstrong has admitted working in the past.
  2. Yet he failed to induce any of the surviving participants in the Wannsee Conference to serve as a key witness for the prosecution.


  1. Adoniram Judson is still the voice of God, calling us to pray, witness and sacrifice.
  2. But my father soon came to know, and cursed me bitterly, calling the dread Erinyes to witness.


  1. The city must have gradually declined in the course of time; but the ruins of the Achaemenidae remained as a witness to its ancient glory.


  1. Today, Orthodoxy is called to continue this dialogue with the outside world in order to provide a witness and the life-giving breath of its faith.


  1. Utah State’s largest crowd to witness a game in Romney Stadium was 33,119 in a 45- 17 loss to Brigham Young on Oct.
  2. CNN - War crimes tribunal jeopardized by witness tampering - Oct.


  1. Speaking to IANS, Kerala Devasom Minister Kadnanapally Ramachandran, a first timer to witness this spectacle, said he felt very moved at seeing the light.

Great Opportunity

  1. It is great opportunity to see all your favourites and witness the performances of future Olympic Champions.


  1. Win or lose they give thanks to God for the opportunity to be a witness in the game.
  2. The hot water geysers of Bogoria present an opportunity to witness first hand the mysteries and the features of the great rift valley.

Bear Witness

  1. The Two Testifications of Faith are: I bear witness that no one is God except Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is the prophet of Allah.
  2. When Brigham Young led the body of Latter-day Saints west, Harris went to England to bear witness of the Book of Mormon.
  3. Being Lutheran therefore is a way to distinguish and teach and confess and bear witness to the Christian faith in a very specific and faithful way.


  1. You?ll be inspired and renewed as you witness the glory of The Miracle in Pigeon Forge, TN. Read a review of The Miracle Theater.
  2. Since the Sun and the Earth will still be around, future astronomers could witness the collision in all its glory.
  3. Three megalithic sites on Samosir bear witness to the glory - and horror - of Batak history.


  1. Without a witness, without a trial, and without an opportunity of defence, Magnus, with four thousand of his supposed accomplices, was put to death.
  2. The other apostles were miraculously transported to Jerusalem to witness her death.


  1. Summoned as a witness, Hiss denied that he had ever been a communist or had known Chambers, a former Communist Party member.
  2. Chambers was forced to admit on the witness stand that he had previously committed perjury several times while he was under oath.


  1. Even here, in the other end of nowhere, God would leave witness of His love in the persons of His saints.
  2. Nowhere in India, or may be in the entire world, you can witness such tolerance and co-operation and religious amity as seen in Kerala.


  1. Snape, on the other hand, had gone from spying to fighting to bearing witness at the many trials of the Death Eaters who had survived.
  2. I can imagine Snape being a witness to the attack, covered by the invisibility cloak, and in an impossible situation.


  1. The two faces of Islam: Had the Crusades succeeded, these two events and many others we witness today would not have had happened.
  2. Safety and security can only prevail under the shadow of Islam, and recent and ancient history is the best witness to that effect.


  1. Mulroney was so upset at the recollection, and at the mockery by the journalists, that he choked up on the witness stand.


  1. Letters rogatory can be used to effect service of process and to compel production of documents or testimony of an unwilling witness in Taiwan.


  1. The witness, however, has to know to ask the court for the attorney, since prosecutors are not likely to be particularly sympathetic to such requests.
  2. However, a witness may ask permission to leave the room to consult with his or her attorney outside the grand jury room before returning to answer questions.


  1. There are few known facts about his life, but it is known that he was a witness in 1639 to the marriage contract of the Neapolitan painter Aniello Falcone.
  2. The prosecution may further introduce the testimony of a parole officer or a witness who was familiar with the facts of the defendant's conviction.


  1. There are three categories of people the prosecutor and grand jury are interested in: witness, subject and target.
  2. The prosecutor will ask questions of the witness and the court will then allow the defense to cross-examine the witness.
  3. Some argue that unless the prosecutor is prepared to seek an order pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 6003, the witness should be excused from testifying.


  1. An attorney who actively encourages a witness to give false testimony is clearly guilty of suborning perjury.
  2. Jon Phelps was found guilty of witness intimidation and misdemeanor battery, while Margie Phelps was found guilty of filing a false report and Phelps Sr.


  1. ISBN 9529143273. The partisans often executed civilians throughout, not wanting anyone to witness the atrocities.


  1. His vision is necessarily dark, but he does not see the Holocaust as a warrant for futility, or as a witness to the death of hope.
  2. He is generally accepted as a witness to the Jewish "Holocaust," and, more specifically, as a witness to the legendary Nazi extermination gas chambers.
  3. Nelly Sachs is a witness of the Holocaust because she wrote poems about the Holocaust from her exile in Sweden.


  1. While in the Seychelles archipelago, tourists should take a visit to Ste Anne Marine National Park and witness the Creole architectures.
  2. For those of you able to witness the creation of this glorious mandala in person, I invite you to come and visit as often as you are able.
  3. It was a great opportunity to visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and witness the famous racecourse.


  1. Not believing the task feasible, Augeias agreed, asking his son Phyleus to witness.
  2. They witness Voldemort kill Snape, believing it will make him the Elder Wand's master.


  1. Witness - A person who has knowledge of a crime and provides that information to law enforcement officials.
  2. CNN Consultant; Expert witness in sexual assault cases; Research about serial killers; Author of several books about popular culture and crime.


  1. On the morning of June 19, 2006, Haas was arrested by IRS agents for investigation of filing false tax returns, witness intimidation, and conspiracy.
  2. Jeffrey Skilling, the former Enron boss, declared that he was "absolutely innocent" as he took the witness stand on charges of fraud and conspiracy today.


  1. It is our fervent hope and prayer that this church will stand as a witness, not only for today, but for generations still to come.
  2. As ministers of Sacrament, deacons baptize, lead the faithful in prayer, witness marriages, and conduct wake and funeral services.


  1. Harry is bound to a tombstone and forced to witness a ritual (which uses his blood) that restores Lord Voldemort's body.


  1. Thus, their ministry will be a witness, even to those outside the Church and they will be able to refute those who have strayed from the path of justice.
  2. The revival of a specific liturgical role for deacons in some churches points to the witness and worship which occur throughout their ministry.
  3. From what we understand, Mr. Weldon has worked with SCP and others to damage the ministry of Witness Lee and the Local Churches since approximately 1977.


  1. In common trial, however, voir dire is a motion to cross-examine an expert witness during opposing counsel's direct examination.
  2. Another form of a valid argument ad hominem, would be an examination of the credibility of a witness providing testimony.
  3. Cross examination to inquire into whether the witness has a basis for facts asserted and opinions stated in a declaration is fair game.


  1. O ne day, resolved that he should see more of the world, Siddhartha ordered a chariot to take him out to witness the life led by his subjects.
  2. By the time the Roman Emperor Heraclius regained his forces and captured the lost provinces back, the world was ready to witness the birth of a new power.
  3. Free Methodists have planted the church and its Christian witness across the North American continent and around the world in nearly 50 countries.


  1. Tens of thousands of tourists, day-trippers, pilgrims, and clergy visit Echternach to witness or participate in the traditional ceremony.
  2. Thousands of Keralites - men, women and children - throng the watersides of Alappuzha to witness the spectacle.
  3. Thousands each year come to Sabarimala to witness the event.


  1. These denominations likewise jointly worship, may exchange clergy, and also share a commitment to evangelism, witness and service in the world.
  2. Bryan Stone, however, argues that evangelism is the duty and call of the entire church as a body of witness.


  1. This close cooperation will continue as we grow together in unity and mission, in witness to the Gospel in our country, and in the Church at large.
  2. In this kind of political economy the Christian faith is seriously challenged to witness to the Gospel.
  3. All together, they endured the labour of the apostolic work, just as they stood together in their death, bearing witness to the truth of the Gospel.


  1. Oedipus soon senses his impending death and allows only Theseus to witness the event by which he is transfigured into a hero and a saint.
  2. They respond that he is the same shepherd who was witness to the murder of Laius, and whom Oedipus had already sent for.


  1. Before sunrise the temple becomes packed with people waiting to witness the spectacular show.
  2. A favorite among locals and tourists is the Lantau Peak, where hikers can go to witness the sunrise.


  1. This is also one of the best places in Kerala to witness both the sunrise and sunset.


  1. This certificate shall be presented to a judge of a court of record in the county in which the witness is found.
  2. In some instances, the judge may order you to stay away from a witness or victim.
  3. A judge shall not testify voluntarily as a character witness.


  1. David Vitter an embarrassing appearance on the witness stand in a prostitution case when she abruptly canceled a hearing scheduled for next week.
  2. U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., requested the hearing and was the sole witness on the first panel.


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