To submit testimony.
A sworn statement made under oath made by a witness to attest to the truth of a matter in question in court. Testimony is admitted as evidence, can be oral or written, and will be upheld under penalty of perjury.
To present a dispute and all relevant facts and legal issues before a judge and a jury – where applicable – in civil and criminal lawsuits with the objective of acquiring a binding decision that resolves the issue.
A wrongful act, whether intentional or accidental, that causes injury to another.