present sense impression

Definition of "present sense impression"
  1. A comment made outside of court that describes or explains an incident that was made concurrently or just after said incident took place
How to use "present sense impression" in a sentence
  1. The witness provided a present sense impression of the accident scene, describing it as chaotic and confused immediately after the event.
  2. Her present sense impression gave the police a valuable lead in their investigation.
  3. From his present sense impression, we were able to ascertain key details about the incident.

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