unsworn


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un·sworn

 (ŭn-swôrn′)
v.
A past participle of unswear.
adj.
Not attested to under oath: an unsworn statement.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsworn - not bound by or stated on oathunsworn - not bound by or stated on oath; "the witness stands unsworn"; "unsworn testimony"
sworn - bound by or stated on oath; "now my sworn friend and then mine enemy"- Shakespeare
References in classic literature ?
because the person quoted was unsworn and is not before the court for
Apart from the charges of bigamy, the Pennsylvania man also faced charges for forgery, unsworn falsification to authorities and possession of firearms.
Hauptmann was convicted of bigamy, forgery and unsworn falsification to authorities.
Theresa pled guilty to one count of Class D Theft by Deception and one count of Class D Unsworn Falsification on Dec.
In a joint counter-affidavit, the NBI officials said their inclusion as respondents to the case was only because of the signed but unsworn affidavit of Supt.
The court heard that Charalambous, on the other hand, had tried to overturn the evidence against him through unsworn statements made from the dock.
In an earlier hearing the court heard how Abdullah admitted in an unsworn statement from the dock that he and two others ganged up on the British men.
The BBC's Malaysia correspondent Jennifer Pak said: "Mr Zulkipli admitted in an unsworn statement from the dock that he and two others ganged up on the British men.
Before trial, PFC Moss and her defense counsel prepared an unsworn statement for her to give during the sentencing hearing, if she were convicted.
The award is not void if it does not rely on the unsworn testimony of the witness.
Police said the unsworn employee, 37-year-old Paula Diane Bell, was arrested Wednesday in Northeast Oregon.
Hatoyama's trip has also drawn criticism from the opposition camp, with the foreign affairs panel of the main opposition Liberal Democratic Party deciding on Tuesday to demand to summon Hatoyama to parliament as an unsworn witness.