I have received a few emails from the opposing counsel with false accusations and talking bad about the commissioner. Can i make a copy and submit to court as evidence?
What you describe is not evidence. The nature of litigation is that the parties make accusations against each other, and the comments about the commissioner are not related to the facts of your case at all. Stick to the merits.
I am not sure what those will be evidence for in the case....but assuming that somehow that are admissions relevant to the case, and there was no understanding of confidentiality, and they were not settlement related, they can be submitted as admissions.
It depends--the attorney is an agent for his client. Perhaps the attorney made some sort of admission or concession that might be admissible. However an attorney cannot give up a valuable right of his client without his or her client's approval. Generally, arguments of counsel, including in court, are not deemed to be evidence. Also, these kinds of communications are protected by the litigation privilege. Civil Code sec. 47. You can certainly try to get them(or parts of them) admitted.
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