Q: How do I submit or produce videos at my court trial? What are the rules of evidence to get them in?
How do I submit or produce videos at my court trial?
I have a small claims trial coming up and I would like to know how or what are the rules of evidence to get videos I would like to show the judge in my case.
I have put them in for discovery so the other party does have a copy.
I’m the owner of the video and I can attest to its authentication.
My video contradicts the other parties allegations in their petition and I would like to use it for evidence.
How do I get my videos entered going by the rules of evidence?
What can I say if the other party objects to the video?
Can the other party say they never authorized or gave permission to be recorded if they are in the video and it contradicts their allegations?
I was at my front porch recording two minutes prior of view of the other party in my video contradicting an act from their alligation and I continue to record so I can have evidence of them and the unfounded allegation.
No attorney will guide you online how to practice law without an ability to supervise and monitor your actions as that would amount to malpractice.
Either seek guidance from requisite legal sources how to admit evidence in court or seek counsel.
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