Definition of Corroborating evidence
1. Noun. Additional evidence or evidence of different kind that supports a proof already offered in a proceeding.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Corroborating Evidence
Literary usage of Corroborating evidence
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors by William Oldnall Russell, Charles Sprengel Greaves (1877)
"... is sufficient alone to warrant a conviction, without nny corroborating evidence а/(н»Л.(6)* (i) Wheeling's case in note, 1 Leach 311 ; Rex P. Eldridge. ..."
2. A Treatise on the Law of Witnesses by Stewart Rapalje (1887)
"Competency of corroborating evidence. § 222. Its Sufficiency and Effect. § 223. Sustaining a Witness by Proof of Character. § 224. ..."
3. Patent Office Papers by United States Patent Office (1914)
"... an applicant to succeed under Rule 75 must furnish in addition to his own affidavit, corroborating evidence in the form of original drawings, sketches, ..."
4. An Illustrated Treatise on the Law of Evidence by Thomas Welburn Hughes (1905)
""corroborating evidence," as defined in a comparatively recent case, "is such evidence as tends, in some degree, of its own strength and independently to ..."
5. Man All Immortal: Or, the Nature and Destination of Man as Taught by Reason by Davis Wasgatt Clark (1864)
"I. CIRCUMSTANTIAL OR corroborating evidence OF THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST. Our position here is, that the circumstances connected with the ..."