Definition of "perpetuate"
  1. The act of saving or conserving testimony for future use in a trial, particularly through a deposition. This is especially applicable when the collected evidence would otherwise be unreachable or misplaced
How to use "perpetuate" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer decided to perpetuate the witness's account to have as evidence for the upcoming trial.
  2. Using video conferencing, they were able to perpetuate the testimony of the remote witness.
  3. The defense team worked around the clock to perpetuate all the essential pieces of evidence before they were lost.

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