wouldnt it be considered negligent misrepresentation of material facts ? Even if it was not intentional , for example , if in a burglary a cop reports that the window locks was found unlocked but then took pictures and the pictures show the windows locked ?
Give me an example how I could impeach them on the stand with this error ?
The error is the report states one window lock it locked one is unlocked
the pictures show both the locks locked.
Can you cite the FL law for negligent misrepresentation ?
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