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Using Demonstrative Aids or Exhibits at Trial

It is common to use demonstrative aids or exhibits at trial. These are exhibits (e.g., models, diagrams, charts, photographs, etc.) that are used to help explain or illustrate testimony or other evidence. The operative word is “help” because these exhibits need to help explain the testimony and help the trier of fact in understanding the testimony. These exhibits, however, are for demonstrative purposes only and do not constitute substantive evidence. No different than evidentiary exhibits, the probative value of a demonstrative exhibit must outweigh any prejudice to the adverse party. Regarding the use of demonstrative evidence, the Florida Supreme Court stated: “Demonstrative...

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Useful Maps Explaining Florida’s Judicial System

A picture is worth 1,000 words.  This is true.   Therefore, the best way to describe Florida's judicial system is through pictures in the form of maps:   FLORIDA COUNTIES   For more information on Florida counties, take a look at the useful maps that will tell you the cities located within each county.   FLORIDA JUDICIAL (TRIAL COURT) CIRCUITS   For more information on Florida's judicial (trial court) circuits, take a look at this map and the corresponding links to the judicial circuits.   FLORIDA APPELLATE CIRCUITS   For more information on Florida's appellate districts, take a look at this useful map that will identify the judicial (trial court) circuit and counties that...

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Is Greed Really Good?

    We all remember  the famous "Greed is Good" speech from the movie Wall Street. How do you not love this movie and this speech?  But, is greed really good?  Does, greed really clarify the essence of the evolutionary spirit? When it comes to a dispute, sometimes--and most of the time--it is perhaps better to analyze the dispute from a big picture perspective in order to come a reasonable resolution.   Yes, this reasonable resolution may not result in the resolution you ideally wanted, but it may potentially be the right resolution where greed and principle remain on the outside. It is not always the...

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