Your lawyer can object to the video on the ground it is not complete. The attorney may also be able to get an expert to review it to see if it was edited. If the police took the cell phone it should have been vouchered and therefore still around and your lawyer can ask to see it.
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I suggest that your attorney file a motion in limine to object to the cell phone video being introduced "as is" into evidence.
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