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Any document (paper) which is presented and allowed as evidence in a trial or hearing, as distinguished from oral testimony. however, the opposing attorney may object to its being admitted. in the first place, it must be proved by other evidence from a witness that the paper is genuine (called “laying a foundation”), as well as pass muster over the usual objections such as relevancy.

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