North Carolina Evidence - Photographs for Substantive & Illustrative Purposes - Resource Materials
§ 8-97. Photographs as substantive or illustrative evidence.
Any party may introduce a photograph, video tape, motion picture, X-ray or other photographic representation as substantive evidence upon laying a proper foundation and meeting other applicable evidentiary requirements. This section does not prohibit a party from introducing a photograph or other pictorial representation solely for the purpose of illustrating the testimony of a witness. (1981, c. 451, s. 1.)
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