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1.2-4 Exhibits Marked for Identification Only

Revised to January 1, 2008

The clerk has just marked an exhibit for identification only.  Counsel has a right to have the exhibit marked in this manner in order to preserve the record.  Only exhibits that have been admitted as full exhibits are a part of the evidence for you to consider in deciding this case, however, and unless, for example, the marking on this exhibit is changed by the court, you will not consider it as evidence in this case and should not speculate as to its contents.




 


 

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