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Cellphone Trade Inscriptions Admissible (access required)

In defendant’s prosecution for production and receipt of child pornography, the Norfolk U.S. District Court grants the government’s motion on admissibility of trade inscriptions, and says the “Made in China” and “Made in Korea” trade inscriptions on two cellphones and a memory card are self-authenticating under the Federal Rules of Evidence. Some of the charges against ...

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