rebuttal witness

Definition of "rebuttal witness"
  1. Someone called to contradict or counter evidence that has been previously shared in court
How to use "rebuttal witness" in a sentence
  1. The prosecution introduced a rebuttal witness to challenge the defendant's alibi.
  2. Their attorney brought in a rebuttal witness to dispute the expert's testimony.
  3. The rebuttal witness provided compelling evidence that cleared up earlier misconceptions.

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