Following the six "dance steps" to use when you use an exhibit at trial; and mastering the four elements of foundation for any exhibit : Trial Skills, Exhibits
This is an explanation of six steps in using every exhibit at trial: mark, place, lay foundation, offer, meet objections and publish. If the exhibit has not been ruled on in pretrial proceedings, this provides a description of how to use the four elements of foundation, which are competency (first-hand knowledge) of the witness); identification of the exhibit; relevance; and authentication of the exhibit.
Basic of Laying a Foundation
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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