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  • Meeting Objections to the Content of Exhibits

Meeting Objections to the Content of Document Exhibits



What to do when your opponent raises objections like hearsay or undue prejudice that go to the content of the document when you have laid a proper foundation for the document.: Trial Skills, Exhibits



Consider separately objections to the content of a document and objections to its foundation. Deal with foundation first; then turn to objections other than foundation. Defend against the H-O-P-S objections: hearsay, original document, policies for fairness (these include unfair prejudice, confusion of the issues, misleading the jury, and excluded content like settlement, subsequent remedial measures, and insurance) and surprise



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Deanne Siemer

Deanne Siemer

Deanne Siemer is a trial lawyer from Washington, D.C. who has tried technology-driven commercial cases before juries in state and federal courts aroun... - complete bio



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Meeting Objections to the Content of Exhibits

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