Medical Malpractice Dictionary: Testimony
Testimony: Questioning of a witness at trial or deposition
Testimony: Testimony refers to the questioning of a witness as part of a legal proceeding. In the courtroom, this is called trial testimony. The questioning during a deposition is also known as testimony, called deposition testimony. Testimony may involve a plaintiff, defendant, fact witness, expert witness, or other type of witness.
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