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May 27, 2004

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Jaimie

How do you prepare a proof chart? I know that there are two columns, elements and proof, but what is the headings?

Evan

Jaimie: I guess one column would be headed "What I need to prove" and another would be headed "How I'll prove it"--or something to that effect. So in the left column, you might have "medical bill of $500--that is was charged; that the charges were reasonable; and that the charge was for treatment related to the incident" and in the right column "by stipulation or the testimony of Dr. Smith."

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