I was in court this morning and I learned from the judge that you have to mark all the exhibits you want to present in the case during the pre-trial, otherwise the court won’t allow them to be marked anymore. I understand that to mean that you can’t present any exhibits during the trial proper unless these were previously marked in the pre-trial. I don’t know where she got this; it might be from an SC circular. Anyway, I’ll check the source and post it here as soon as I find it.
March 2, 2006
Marking of Exhibits
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