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Does a Federal District Court retain (after a trial is over)

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Does a Federal District Court retain (after a trial is over) a copy of the exhibits prepared for trial?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
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Expert:  Ely replied 3 years ago.
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If the exhibits had been filed with the Court, then yes. This documentation is then retained in the imaging system and is considered part of the record, and may often be available to other parties who request the record.

Records from the court's file may be requested in person from the court's clerk, or online via the PACER system - here.

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