Ensuring Everyone Has a Copy of the Evidence

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Disclosure is a legal term that refers to information that must be shared among prosecution and the defense. Anyone who has been formally accused of a crime is entitled to the evidence and information pertaining to the case. This material is handed over in the discovery aspect of the trial. Were any side of the court to not disclose evidence then they could be held in contempt of court, risk a mistrial, and other issues.

Whether the evidence is a photo or a video deposition, you must ensure there are multiple copies of it pass out to everyone dealing with the case. At McMahon &Associates, we not only shoot videos and photographs for court cases but will provide several copies for this purpose.

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