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A driver sued a second driver for damages arising out of an auto accident in which the second driver had plowed into the first driver’s car. The accident took place on October 3, 1997. The first driver filed his lawsuit on September 2, 2000. After the parties could not reach a settlement agreement, the matter was scheduled for trial on December 1, 2001. One day prior to trial, the first driver went to the corner where the accident took place and took four photos with his expensive camera. At trial, the photographs are:CorrectIncorrect
A burglar was caught trying to burglarize a jewelry store. The police obtained a search warrant for the burglar’s apartment and found a handwritten map of the jewelry store, marked with possible escape routes.
A witness testified that he had shared a cell with the burglar in the state penitentiary seven years earlier and had seen the burglar write letters. The witness further testified that the map was written by burglar. The trial judge should rule the witness’s testimony:CorrectIncorrect
A witness was familiar with the defendant’s voice. The witness testified, during the defendant’s suit for negligence, “I received a call and recognized the defendant’s voice. After I asked her what was new, she told me she had ‘just been driving drunk and hit an old lady.’ ”
The defendant’s counsel objected to the witness’s identification of the defendant’s voice. The trial judge should rule that the phone call was:CorrectIncorrect
A couple was involved in an automobile accident. A bystander happened to be carrying a camera and took several photographs. Before the photographs may be admitted into evidence, a proper foundation must include, as a minimum, testimony of which of the following?CorrectIncorrect