Odd Evidence: Plan for Time, Cost & Effort in Appellate Court

Odd Evidence: Plan for Time, Cost & Effort in Appellate Court | Liza Bobo

{2:00 minutes to read} Attorneys should expect to have cases that require crucial, out-of-the-ordinary pieces of evidence (i.e., color photos or oversized maps). Once the evidence is filed in the court of original incidence, the appellate court expects to see a precise duplicate of the original piece of evidence. In every stage and each new setting, the courts want to see like for like. If you stipulate to the color photo or use the appendix method, you can physically exclude it.

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