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I will address the issue if the witness is "killed or dies" and presume this relates to a criminal case. I will not simply cut and paste from internet resources, but will provide some material I have used in drafting motions for counsel in criminal cases. The right to confront one's accusers is a concept that dates back to Roman times. See Coy v. ...


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Even a paper signature can be forged. What Dale said is the best, it's up to the courts to decide whether the evidence is strong enough. You need to convince the courts that the document could not be tempered. A document sealer like SignRequest would provide impeccable evidence A document sealing service can "seal" the document by adding a digital ...


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Different courts have different practices, but I believe the general practice is for plaintiffs to use exhibit numbers, and for defendants to use exhibit letters. As with most procedural questions, the final decision belongs to the judge. The repetition in letters comes in when you get to the end of the alphabet. After you've used A-Z, you go to AA, BB, CC .....


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