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A zealous witness is a witness who gives testimony clearly biased toward the party that called him or her to testify.
(law) a witness who has favouritism towards one party in a case.
A witness whose testimony is clearly biased in favour of the party for whom he or she is testifying.
A Zealous Witness is an untechnical term denoting a witness showing partiality for the side that first calls him to the stand in a trial and an eagerness to volunteer information that he/she thinks will be advantageous to that side.
They demonstrate disproportionate enthusiasm while testifying.
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