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    In State (Texas) Courts; Are documents or accounts written by the Defenses' Client addmissable if they were obtained in Discovery?

    The Defendant's Lawyer is trying to have aot of the documented evidence thrown out on the basis of "Hear-Say"; Most of these documents were written and sworn by Defendant's to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or Tx Workforce Comm regarding their version of the events in the wrongful termination of the Plaintiff

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    Usually anything found during discovery is admissable especially documents that are written, sworn to and signed by either party that shows facts of the case at hand. The attorney can request all he/she wants but as long as the otherside can show just reason why the request shouldn't be granted then usually a judge will allow it to be admitted. The hearsay rule usually doesn't effect a civil suit case.


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