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Can the defendant's attorney object to any of my evidence or testimony about the facts at this pretrial? For example, I've been told that they could object to my submitting repair orders/invoices as that could be considered hearsay. On the other hand, I've done research and found that 'records of regularly conducted activity' is admissible. In your last answer you referred to discovery. What might that entail? And I still don't know what, if anything, I should respond to regarding their written answer. I appreciate that you can't predict every possible contingency, but a little more clarification would be most appreciated.
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