You will find the appropriate citations in the Georgia Rules of Evidence, OCGA 24-1-1 to 24-10-1008 (in your binder), to argue for the admissibility of each of the following items of potential evidence posted in DV-Marsh, our simulated DV case, Velma Marsh v. Cornelius Marsh. (These are based on or are in fact the actual items of evidence from the real case.) When a subsection of a rule is the applicable provision, provide a complete citation to the subsection level. Due at 12 noon on Wednesday, February 19.

* 1. Your name:

* 2. When offering police report, cite the following section(s)

* 3. When offering EMS records, cite the following section(s)

* 4. When offering photographs, cite the following section(s)

* 5. When offering the video, cite the following section(s)

* 6. When offering automobile record of sale, cite the following section(s)

* 7. When offering arrest warrant, cite the following section(s)

* 8. When offering prior conviction, cite the following section(s)

* 9. When offering 911 log, cite the following section(s)

* 10. When offering 911 audio, cite the following section(s)

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