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September 29, 2009

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richard rowley

Question for you: if it's a federal trial, can the government's own documents be entered into evidence on the behalf of the defense WITHOUT a witness? Here I mean documents that are rendered to the defense via the discovery principle.

Or more generally: when, if ever, may a document be entered into evidence and be read aloud by defense counsel (ie without witnesses to the document)?
Thanks!

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