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Q: How do I submit evidence for my trial case with Jackson county courthouse for the state of Missouri

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A: To submit evidence for your trial case at the Jackson County Courthouse in Missouri, start by reviewing the local rules and procedures to understand the submission requirements. Notify the opposing party about the evidence you intend to present and gather all relevant documents, photos, or other items. Make copies of your evidence for the court, opposing party, and other parties involved. Depending on court procedures, you may need to file motions, provide evidence during pre-trial conferences, or physically deliver evidence to the court clerk. Serve the opposing party with copies of your evidence and adhere to court-set deadlines. Be prepared to present your evidence during the trial, following any specified procedures.

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