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ARTICLE X. CONTENTS OF WRITINGS, RECORDINGS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS

Table of Contents

Article I. General Provisions
Article II. Judicial Notice
Article III. Presumptions
Article IV. Relevancy and Its Limits
Article V. Privileges
Article VI. Witnesses
Article VII. Opinions and Expert Testimony
Article VIII. Hearsay
Article X. Contents of Writings, Recordings,
and Photographs
Rule 1001

Revised Rule 1006. Summaries [changes highlighted]

       The contents of otherwise admissible voluminous writings, recordings, or photographs, which cannot conveniently be examined in court, [may be presented] are admissible in [the form of a chart, summary, or calculation] summary form as substantive evidence. The proponent shall give other parties and the court reasonable notice that a summary will be used. [The originals, or duplicates, shall be made ]The proponent shall make the originals or duplicates of the following available for examination [or] and [copying] duplication[, or both,] by other parties at a reasonable time and place: (1) the summary; (2) the underlying materials (subject to Rule 1004); and (3) documentation of any presumptions or calculations used in preparing the summary. A witness must authenticate the summary, unless otherwise stipulated. The court may order that [they] the underlying materials be produced in court.


Revised Rule 1006. Summaries [clean copy]

       The contents of otherwise admissible voluminous writings, recordings, or photographs, which cannot conveniently be examined in court, are admissible in summary form as substantive evidence. The proponent shall give other parties and the court reasonable notice that a summary will be used. The proponent shall make the originals or duplicates of the following available for examination and duplication by other parties at a reasonable time and place: (1) the summary; (2) the underlying materials (subject to Rule 1004); and (3) documentation of any presumptions or calculations used in preparing the summary. A witness must authenticate the summary, unless otherwise stipulated. The court may order that the underlying materials be produced in court.

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