The stand, the witnesses are called to the stand.
It is technically the bench - but this term is never used in daily court business. The more common term - 'the stand' - is where witnesses stand to give testimony. In some systems the accused will sit in 'the dock' - however this practice has difficulties when witnesses are asked to identify the person they saw commit the crime (i.e. "It's that man behind bars with two police officers beside them")
because Muslims place the Qur'an on the stand this is why they called it the Qur'an stand
That place is called the umpire where the man makes the call safe or out
The place where the pins stand is called the "Pin Deck"
If you are called upon to testify, you will have to speak from the witness stand in open court.
witnesses and testifiers.
Attorneys can call witnesses, but witnesses cannot call anyone themselves.
It is placed at some height and a clean place or stand called Rahal.
were do people stand on the court in netball IS NOT USEFULL
Witness statements (usually given to the police during the investigation stage) are used to build the case against the defendant. The actual witnesses, themselves, will be subpoeanad to court and will testify in person. While on the stand both the prosecution and the defense will have the opportunity to question them, as well as refer to the original statements they made to the police.
because it needs a place to stand
Usually on the tennis court.
You stand whenever the balliff or court officer tells you to. Usually this is done when the Judge enters and leaves the courtroom.
Someone 'on the stand' is a witness in court, giving testimony.
Depending on where it is, it can stand for Court or Connecticut.
Yes, the noun that a pronoun takes the place of is called the antecedent.
The 'v' in the name of a court case does not stand for 'versus', but for 'and' (in civil proceedings) or 'against' (in criminal proceedings).
the cheapest place to stand was the pit.
Are you asking about the word SUBPOENA? Or are you asking about telling a witness to, "take the stand" in order to testify?
Even if your husband did not use his last name for a reason he himself chose, but by law he had married you in the church and in front of witnesses , then the marriage is very much valid and will stand up in court.
It is called a microphone stand.
A stand in doctor is called a locum.
To the side of the court.