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affiant one who gives legal testimony in an affidavit; deponent.
attest to give confirmation, testimony, or proof (often fol. by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
corroborate to support with evidence or testimony; certify the truth of.
deposition a sworn statement, usu. in writing, for use as testimony by an absent witness in a court of law. [1/3 definitions]
evidence factual information presented as testimony in a court of law. [1/5 definitions]
falsification the act of altering (documents, records, testimony, and the like) so as to make inaccurate or untrue.
hearsay in law, information heard from another person but not directly witnessed and thus usu. not admissible as testimony; hearsay evidence. [1/2 definitions]
in evidence submitted as factual testimony in a court of law. [1/2 definitions]
perjure to render (oneself) guilty of perjury by giving false testimony under oath.
perjury the intentional giving of false testimony under oath in a court or other official proceeding.
safe house a dwelling used by a spy agency, underground organization, or the like as a refuge for its members, or by a police organization to protect witnesses whose impending testimony endangers their lives.
self-incriminating of a statement, testimony, or the like, acting to implicate or incriminate the person who issues it.
subpoena in law, a formal written order summoning a witness to give testimony or requiring that specified evidence be submitted. [1/2 definitions]
testify to give evidence or testimony. [1/6 definitions]