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Unformatted text preview: 1. What do we mean when we say “non-testimonial evidence?” Non-testimonial evidence is evidence which is not testimonial in nature and is admitted into evidence as exhibits. It includes: Documentary Evidence consists of writings, instruments, records and documents of all kinds, including computerized records. Real Evidence is evidence of which the trier of the facts acquires knowledge by personal observation and inspection of a thing or object to which the testimony refers. It may be a physical object, inspection of premises or exhibition of parts of the body. Demonstrative Evidence is evidence which illustrates for the trier of fact testimony or non- testimonial evidence that is presented to the trier of fact, and helps the trier of fact understand such other evidence. It includes photographs, maps, sketches, diagrams, motion pictures, videotapes, x-rays, computer generated animations and experiments....
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- Spring '11
- witness, non-testimonial evidence