Laying Foundations and Meeting Objections: Section 3 - Numbers Documents

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This kind of exhibit can be qualified either as evidence or as a testimony aid. Generally, you will want to offer charts and graphs in evidence because that way of organizing the data can qualify as "substantive evidence", and it is valuable to have the organized data before the jury during its deliberations. The "numbers documents" may be qualified by either a lay witness or by an expert witness. This book gives you the methodologies for both.

©2013 National Institute for Trial Advocacy (P)2015 Deanne Siemer

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