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In a court case can you introduce a psychological evaluation which is signed by a psychologist, if the psychologist is not present in the court room?

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  1. no

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  2. what are your credentials?

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  3. Susie -- you're expecting a lot from a free homework board. If you expect free expert legal advice, you've posted on the wrong board.

    If this is a homework assignment, please check your text materials for your answer.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. We don't have text materials Ms. Sue and people put AP Chemistry on here I am asking for simple yes or no and I think that you're rude comments are a little out of line.

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  5. You got a simple "no."

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    Ms. Sue
  6. Susie: What is the definition of Heresay Evidence? Why do you think it is excluded from evidence?

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    bobpursley

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