Is there any case law where a jury has concluded that a witness has a reasonable chance of proving that the witness is a reasonable witness?

California, United States of America

The following excerpt is from People v. Watts, 76 Cal.App.4th 1250, 91 Cal.Rptr.2d 1 (Cal. App. 1999):

(1990) 221 Cal.App.3d 43, 54, 270 Cal.Rptr. 369.) It also is true that uncertainties or discrepancies in witnesses' testimony raise only evidentiary issues that are for the jury to resolve. (People v. Glaude (1983) 141 Cal.App.3d 633, 641, 190 Cal.Rptr. 479.)

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