Definition of "vouching"
  1. It's an inappropriate practice where a prosecutor might leverage the government's credibility to endorse a witness or imply to the jury that their personal belief supports the truthfulness of the witness's statements
How to use "vouching" in a sentence
  1. The defense attorney objected, claiming that the prosecutor was vouching for the witness's credibility in an inappropriate way.
  2. According to the defense, the prosecution was vouching for their key witness, which is not allowed in court proceedings.
  3. The judge reprimanded the attorney for vouching for her witness, reminding her of the legal boundaries in place.

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