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Admitting Evidence at Trial

Date
Friday
May 31, 2019
Location
125th Annual Law Day Bethesda North Marriott North Bethesda, MD 20852

Divorce attorney Casey Florance will speak on "I Offer this into Evidence," a practicum on admitting evidence at trial. She will be part of a panel addressing admitting tricky documents into evidence as part of the 125th Annual Meeting & Law Day Celebration of the Bar Association of Montgomery County.

Through presentation of a mock trial, the program will teach how to properly lay a foundation and authenticate documents such as text messages, social media posts, certified translations, criminal records, child’s hearsay, and more. Attendees will have a chance to ask questions as the judges decide whether to admit the evidence or not. 

Casey Florance is a family law attorney who guides people through separation and divorce in Maryland. Casey is a successful litigator when a matter lands in the courtroom. She prepares every client for the possibility of litigation, which helps clients make informed decisions throughout their cases. For more about admitting evidence, contact Casey at cwflorance@lerchearly.com or 301-657-0162.

For more information on Law Day, contact BAMC at https://www.barmont.org/

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