Title 24, Chapter 4, Section 8
The testimony of a single witness is generally sufficient to
establish a fact. However, in certain cases, including prosecutions
for treason, prosecutions for perjury, and felony cases where the
only witness is an accomplice, the testimony of a single witness is
not sufficient. Nevertheless, corroborating circumstances may
dispense with the necessity for the testimony of a second witness,
except in prosecutions for treason.