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At an evidentiary hearing, would it be wise to provide the

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At an evidentiary hearing, would it be wise to provide the court with all of ones evidence or hold something back just in case it were to go to trial ?

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Generally, the both sides do provide each other with the list of all the evidence and exhibit list that would be used at trial, prior to trial, so the evidence would have to be revealed in any case prior to trial, but the answer would depend on specific facts, but generally it does not make much sense to hold back evidence.

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