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What is a “learned treatise” and how can you get it into evidence?

A “learned treatise” is something (usually a book) that is supposed to comprehensively cover a subject, usually a legal subject but sometimes a scientific subject. It is the kind of book that an expert would rely upon. So usually you … Continue reading

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Watch your back in court

In addition to whatever else the lawyer has to do in court (listen to the Judge, listen to the witness, watch the jury, prepare objections, prepare for the next step in the case, and take notes) now we have to … Continue reading

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Gmail’s Terms Of Service

Have you read the Terms of Service on Gmail?  Know what I’m talking about?  It’s the click-through button you have to click on before you can sign up. Did you know that Google’s “privacy statement” says that they will search … Continue reading

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Your private emails can be searched

How can that be, you ask? Actually, for some judges who don’t really understand the Internet and technology, it’s easy. According to them, after the email leaves your computer, it moves into the public arena and, because of that, you … Continue reading

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