An affidavit is a written statement that is used specifically as evidence in court. An affidavit is a verified statement:
The statement is verified to have been made voluntary.
The statement is verified to have been made by the individual who signed the document.
This verification can be done by anyone who is authorized by the legal system, such as a notary public.
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Peter Sandru is an Instructor & Co-Founder of NDIL with over 15 years as a Professional Investigator. Peter has spent more than a decade conducting investigations throughout the world, primarily for corporations, law firms, and government agencies. Peter has assisted in the creation of many investigative training programs in various capacities.