Witness Statement Form
A witness statement form is used in a court of law to record the evidence of a witness. Legal witness statement forms are an essential document in a legal process that must have a legally binding signature from the witness to confirm that all information listed is true. Witness statement forms can be signed with a wet signature, or a digital eSignature.
Why Use Our Free Witness Statement Form Template?
Collecting witness statements can be a hassle without the right tools. Our blank witness statement forms give you a way to input all details of the witness’ statement. Once the information is entered, you can send the form to the witness in question to review and add a legally binding signature. eSignatures collected through Docubee are binding in a court of law, and come complete with a document audit trail.
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- Customizable Fields
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How the Witness Statement Form Works in Our Platform
Using our fillable witness statement form is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Simply click one of the “Get Template” buttons on the page, sign up for a free trial (if you don’t already have an account), enter the necessary info, and send out to recipients to review and add their signatures. You can customize every step of this workflow to fit your needs as well.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- The name, age, county of residence of the witness
- The witness’ relationship to the plaintiff or defendant
- The date the event in question occurred
- Details of what the witness experienced. Examples can include:
- What they saw
- Where they were when the event took place
- Details of the situation leading up to the event
- Inconsistent statements
- Defects in perception
- Prior convictions
- Or a reputation for dishonest