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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 pair met Thursday in the Gateway Mall parking lot in Springfield, where Gygi gave the parolee a 9mm pistol and a car, the affidavit states.
Suarez, (12) the police obtained a search warrant based upon an affidavit indicating that Luis Suarez was a drug smuggler; that calls were made to the Suarez's pager, which led to the arrest of an associate and the seizure of a large quantity of marijuana; that neither Suarez nor his girlfriend, on whom he was spending large amounts of money, had any legitimate source of income; and that Suarez traveled to his girlfriend's residence upon his arrival in the city.
Overall, Cruz made 18 payments from September 2001 to May 2002, the affidavit alleged.
207) See supra note 150 (discussing that inconsistent evidence presented in reply affidavit only confirms existence of factual issues).
The Arkansas Supreme Court has ruled that a state law requiring medical malpractice plaintiffs to file affidavits supporting the validity of their claims is unconstitutional.
In the affidavit, Internal Revenue Service Special Agent Robert Salisbury claims the kickbacks paid mortgage and credit card payments, enriched a retirement account and funded a golf club membership, boat storage and car purchases.
The court concluded that a party may waive the filing of a financial affidavit in a simplified proceeding under Rule 12.
But Justice Thibideau agreed with the mother's contention that the Sherry affidavit was oath helping, while also noting although Heideman's credibility was disparaged in another case in another jurisdiction, it does not impugne her credibility with this case, and she could be called as a future witness, or her affidavit put before the court by the society.
The FBI accused Keyser in its affidavit of lying on a security form that required him to list all of the countries he had visited in the last seven years.
In this affidavit, James details how Pryor agreed with the radical view that the state of Alabama could ignore federal court rulings.
Kress admitted to touching another victim and "did not disagree with the allegations made by Victim 1,'' according to the affidavit.