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PERSUADING JUDGES TO ADMIT COLLATERAL EVIDENCE OUTSIDE THE IMMEDIATE FACTS OF THE CASE.

This guide summariazes how outside evidence - here, called "Collateral Evidence" - can be used to support defenses to criminal charges and give juries a more complete understanding of your cases's dynamics and people's motives to testify.

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