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News: Sarah Spencer Published in DRI's February 2017 Issue of "For the Defense"
C&J appellate attorney Sarah E. Spencer was recently published in the February 2017 edition of the Defense Research Institute's ("DRI") "For the Defense." Sarah's article, titled "How Appellate Courts Consider New Evidence on Appeal," explores how appellate courts view new evidence presented for the first time on appeal, including how and why "[a]ppellate practitioners and trial attorneys need to understand the exceptions that appellate courts make to the general rule that they consider only the evidence and arguments submitted to the trial court." To read Sarah's article in its entirety, visit here
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