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affidavit

Law a declaration in writing made upon oath before a person authorized to administer oaths, esp for use as evidence in court
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The affadavit was filed as a part of a legal dispute between Blethen Maine Newspapers and the Portland Newspaper Guild, which represents about 300 workers.
Mr Kilfoyle, who has twice highlighted the scandal in the Commons, was visiting Whitemoor prison in Cambridgeshire when Haase gave the affadavit to author Graham Johnson.
Affadavit of William Suckling 9 April 1897; William George Morant, Chief Constable of South Shields, to Home Office, 1 February 1898, HO144/408/B23813.
17, 1998) [hereinafter Quinn Affadavit (Lawrence)] (on file with
Hall has submitted a doctor's affadavit saying he isn't healthy enough to testify after suffering a mild stroke on Feb.
The two pages of the affadavit featured in this article illustrates an early battle in what would become a six-year litigation war that eventually retarded the growth of the U.
Some restaurants won't let you book a table until they've got your personal details, credit history, employment record, list of professional qualifications and signed affadavit from an upstanding member of the community.
FBI director Louis Freeh sais the intelligence losses appeared to be 'exceptionally grave' after a bureau affadavit alleged that Hanssen betrayed his country for nearly pounds 1 million in cash and diamonds.
After being threatened by the MPAA, Corley removed DeCSS from his website, but he posted links to other sites containing the offending code (which has also been distributed on T-shirts), as did the New York Times, which filed an affadavit in support of 2600, arguing that hyperlinks are essential to the practice of online journalism.
OHM, Motion for Summary Judgment, Affadavit of Ruth Lowenkron, 9 September 1992.
Justice Stevens' dissent critized the majority opinion for discounting the affadavit of an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Karaban, president and executive director of the Rainbow Foundation, in her affadavit to the U.