A written statement made under oath about a particular issue. The person making the statement declares that what they have written is true under the penalty of perjury. Affidavits are signed in front of a notary. While useful in many situations, an affidavit has little evidentiary value at a trial where the better practice is to have the person testify and be subject to cross-examination.

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