unsworn

ADJECTIVE
  1. not bound by or stated on oath
    the witness stands unsworn
    unsworn testimony
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How To Use unsworn In A Sentence

  • In addition, the tribunals are to allow unsworn written and telephone testimony by prosecution witnesses, making a mockery of the principle of facing and cross-examining one's accusers.
  • To illustrate, the rules of evidence were relaxed to include such indirect prosecution evidence as hearsay, diaries, unsworn statements, affidavits that could not be verified unless witnesses took the stand, and so forth.
  • Two unsworn witnesses came forward to incriminate Conley. AS SEEN ON TV: JIM CONLEY
  • In unsworn testimony (which is common for defendants in military commissions and not subject to cross-examination), Khadr apologized to Mrs. Speer and to her family for the pain he had caused. Daphne Eviatar: Judge Hides Evidence of Torture from Gitmo Jury
  • I am bemused that Metro1 treats the police report in a case like this as if it was dispassionate truth rather than the unsworn testimony of an interested party. The Volokh Conspiracy » Gates Charges Dropped:
  • Evidence acts in Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon Territories continue to require corroborative evidence for unsworn testimony.
  • Comments suggest some states are different, such statements might be unsworn. The Volokh Conspiracy » Originalism and the Sixth Amendment Right “to have the Assistance of Counsel”
  • But it appears, at least, that some of the sworn (and unsworn, in the case of Cheney) statements of the key players doesn't coincide. Marcy Wheeler: Collective Forgetting in the Office of the Vice President
  • An added problem in this case was that she was too old to give unsworn testimony.
  • the witness stands unsworn
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