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witness stand

noun as in place for witness testimony

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One of them, for instance, did not mention Maxwell when she spoke to the FBI in 2007 about what transpired at Epstein’s home, but on the witness stand described Maxwell as a major presence at the Palm Beach residence.

The bespectacled mechanical engineer took his seat inside the cherry-wood witness stand.

Whatever Lenny gave up on the witness stand, there was a lot more to it.

Hearings are conducted in a tribunal at NYPD headquarters with a witness stand and other trappings of a courtroom.

On the witness stand, De Jesus downplayed the amount of cooperation his group ever received from Arambula.

The defense called a group of young men to the witness stand, leading off with dancer/choreographer Wade Robson.

The court then heard from Sollecito who sat at the witness stand to address the judge and lay judges hearing the case.

“The very rich, very poor, and the very famous get the worst medical care,” she said on the witness stand.

“I just took a chance,” Brennan said from the witness stand.

“State your name to the court,” said Squire Barker, as the youth ascended the witness-stand.

The poorest jack-leg lawyer we've got in Portal City would make a fool of you in five minutes on the witness-stand.

On the day appointed for our preliminary examination, all of us except Frank were released and put on the witness-stand.

The first book, called "On the Witness Stand," studied the relations of scientific psychology to crime and the law courts.

If we can get just enough to make 'em afraid to put you onto the witness-stand, that much may make 'em quit their barking.

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On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to witness stand, such as: dock, testimony box, and witness box.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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