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Example Sentences for "testify"

He testified under oath that the other man had hit him firstDuring the trial, the old woman testified that on the night of the murder, she heard the accused threatening to kill the victim.

He testified under oath that the other man had hit him first.

I testified that he was with me at the time of the murder.

The President of the U.S. testified during the investigation that he hadn't had an affair with the woman.

The witness testified that he saw the defendant hit the victim repeatedly over the head with a piece of wood.

The hit man was given his freedom in return for testifying against the Mafia chief.

The teacher testified to the boy's honesty when he was accused of stealing from another student.

Thurgood Marshall once suggested that jurors who are opposed to capital punishment are more likely to believe that a defendant's failure to testify is indicative of his guilt.

When asked why he murdered his grandfather, Marc Shreuder testified, My mother asked me to.

Our legal system prohibits lawyers from testifying about confidential discussions with clients.

This newest exhibition of paintings testifies to her brilliance in depicting the quiet power of nature.

The more than 500 active volcanoes on earth testify to the dynamics of our planet.

The witness was asked to testify in court.

Numerous celebrities had been expected to testify during Michael Jackson's trial.

Discussion question: Would you testify against a family member who had committed a serious crime?


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