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Thank you for your enquiry. So the answer to the fist part of your question is no, you cannot simply report a conversation as part of your evidence. If you want this entered into evidence then the person would have to attend court as a witness and speak about the conversation they had, obviously this is evidence and does not specifically prove anything but you are allowed to ask questions in relation to a specific conversation that person may have had. So if you want it entered into evidence then you will have to include them as a witness if they are not willing to come you can ask the court to order them to come. Secondly, if you have emails etc. that you wish to have entered into evidence then you can do this 100%. Do be mindful that any court case has full disclosure, this means that if you are entering emails into evidence then you will have to send them to both the court and the other party at the same time. IF you want to ask questions about the emails you are referring to then it may be an idea to have the party to the emails attend the court as a witness also.
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You can yes, this is what the purpose of leading evidence in court is. However, as you may suspect without any evidence this will be refuted by the other side and attacked in cross examination. However, if it is something you have heard then you will want to include it as part of your evidence.