Using documents in a Supreme Court trial (Jun 2015)
Provides information on using documents as evidence in a Supreme Court family law trial and how to introduce exhibits both with and without a witness.
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This video was jointly developed by Legal Aid BC and the People's Law School, with generous funding from the Law Foundation of BC
Filmed and produced by: Michael Augustine
Narrated by: Winnifred Assmann
Written by: Kate Hunt
Legally reviewed by: Erin Shaw and Justice Victoria Gray
Courtroom photography by: Dan Daulby
Image selection and titles by: Brian Goncalves
Special thanks to:
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