Mohd Johan Mohd RIdzuan, a Jawi videographer, revealed this when he took the stand
as the fourth witness during the trial of Siti Kasim, an activist who was charged and pleaded not guilty for voluntarily obstructing a Jawi officer, Sit Nor Jihan Saleh @ Md Ghazali, from discharging her public functions, during a raid at the Renaissance Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, on April 3, 2016.
Swift took the stand
as she testified in a lawsuit brought against her by DJ David Mueller, 55, who said he was fired from radio station KYGO after Swift alleged he groped her bare buttocks during a photo op at the event, Swift is countersuing and claiming he sexually assaulted her.
Summary: Prosecutorial staff took the stand
again at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday, testifying about the geographic surveys and phone record analysis they conducted in support of the prosecution's allegation that five Hezbollah members carried out extensive surveillance to plot the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
THREE witnesses took the stand
yesterday in the trial of two teenagers accused of drug dealing, despite objections that their evidence could be tainted.
7 : a place or post which a person occupies : station <The witness took the stand
Jackson called Schaffel and told him he was off the charity project, said Schaffel, who also took the stand
But after a break, Mr Leonard took the stand
and said: "I am sorry that my frustrations are boiling over chairman."
Spellings took the stand
despite NCLB being her baby.
The court noted that the offender took the stand
while the jury was out of the courtroom, and that the jury was aware that the offender was in jail pending trial.
Carolyn Pick, 36, took the stand
for the first time in the phone sex trial.
When academics took the stand
, they did so not for a fee, but as spokesmen for their professions.
Summary: Abdel-Hadi Mahfouz, the head of Lebanon's National Audiovisual Media Council, took the stand
at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday in the contempt case against Al Jadeed TV and journalist Karma Khayat.
Each of his wives took the stand
, all cried, and all asked for leniency.
Baywatch beauty Pamela Anderson finally took the stand
yesterday in her pounds 5million court battle over a movie deal.
Cardinal John O'Connor of New York took the stand
that the President, who once studied at the Catholic University of Georgetown, Washington, D.C., was wrong in receiving Communion, because he knew he didn't fulfil the first condition.