forensic testimony

Definition of "forensic testimony"
  1. Insights provided by an expert that bring scientific or technological knowledge into a legal dispute or criminal case
How to use "forensic testimony" in a sentence
  1. In the court case, forensic testimony provided critical insights into the DNA evidence.
  2. Because of the nature of the evidence, forensic testimony was integral to the defense's argument.
  3. The legal team is preparing to present their forensic testimony to shed light on the technical aspects of the case.

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