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Eyewitness accounts, called __________________, are sometimes highly subjective and heavily biased due to the fact that people may lie or misinterpret the facts. (Points : 4) Physical
evidence Circumstantial evidence Direct evidence Testimonial evidence
Eyewitness accounts, called Testimonial evidence, are sometimes highly subjective and heavily biased due to the fact that people may lie or misinterpret the facts.
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Eyewitness accounts, called Testimonial evidence, are sometimes highly subjective and heavily biased due to the fact that people may lie or misinterpret the facts.
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