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Rules of evidence ensure fairness in administering justice. Both sides to a litigation must abide by the rules of admissibility of evidence. If a party does not follow rules of evidence, the court will not admit the evidence at the trial. The judge rules on objections to the admissibility of evidence. Mistakes in evidential rulings, if material, become grounds for reversing the trial court decision. Financial experts who offer litigation services should become familiar with the rules of evidence of the trial court systems in which they work.
Therefore, the request needs to state exact titles of reports, which the lawyer has learned from the information already obtained through interrogatories or depositions. The party responding to the request usually does not copy the documents. Instead, it makes the documents available at the responding party’s business or its attorney’s offices. The requesting party then has the opportunity to review the documents and decide which ones to copy at its own expense. The requesting party’s attorney often will want the financial expert to review financial and other business documents that the opposing party produces.
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