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Date Published

March 1, 2012

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Evidence

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Summary

The Web site pages, documents, and photos obtained from the Internet are treated like any other evidence. They must be relevant, authenticated, and admissible.

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Martin I. Aarons

Martin Aarons was elected to the CAALA Executive Committee in 2019, and is an employment law trial attorney. He, along with... Read More

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