Entering a document into Evidence
To enter a document into evidence someone must identify the document. Let us assume that this is a trial where radar was used and the prosecutor wants to enter into evidence the last calibration of the tuning forks. It would go something like this.
That evidence has now been entered and it is very damaging to your defense. Thankfully you get to ask questions as well. Deepening on the court you are in you can ask them right away or you may have to wait until it is your turn to cross examine the witness.
Thankfully cops are not very bright and prosecutors in a speeding ticket trial are very lazy. I can guarantee you that both the cop and the prosecutor are not prepared for a verification defense. After all, what layman has even a clue as to what to do? Unless you prepared yourself with the Tipmra you wouldn't nether.
Lets get started:
I hope you get the idea. there are a lot of questions you can ask and if the witness fails on just one of them, the document must be thrown out. The full version with a lot of pre-defined questions and possible answers is in the Tipmra.
The beautiful part is that since the prosecutor himself or herself introduced the document himself it must be of obvious importance. So important that his case will fall apart unless it is admitted into evidence. By using the Verification Defense on documents you have now made the document inadmissible, trashed his case completely and assured yourself of a dismissal.
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