This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of C/W
We have 57 other definitions for C/W
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rubin said the assistant clerk magistrate took statements from the police officer and from the complaining witness.
Section 782 requires judges to screen evidence of the complaining witness's sexual conduct when offered to attack the credibility of the complaining witness in sexual assault prosecutions.
Nearly tour out ot 10 missing-witness cases Involved types of crimes--such as drug possession--in which police officers would most likely become the complaining witness, the Reporter analysis shows.
Strauss-Kahn s attorneys or representatives are in contact with the complaining witness or her family are false," Benjamin Brafman and William Taylor said in a statement.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: The court noted that the hospital's complaining witness, the radiologist who had made the complaint against Shdton failed to appear at the hearing before the Board.
13) Expert opinion testimony, even by impartial non-percipient witnesses, often impermissibly treads on the jury's independent credibility assessment of the complaining witness.
Moscat's arrest, the complaining witness indicated she was not willing to cooperate with his prosecution.
``A review of the facts based upon the statements of the complaining witness, as well as the physical and forensic evidence collected, does not lead to the conclusion that any criminal activity occurred,'' deputy district attorney Suzanne M.