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December 10, 2009

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Jim Allen

Excellent Article. I have long utilized the folder-per-witness approach, and use it to collect everything related to each witness: reports, criminal records, statements, etc.

I also write to point out that the IBJ is available via Westlaw. I would expect that it would also be available on Lexis-Nexus, and wonder whether it is available on the new Google Legal Journals database.

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