You can use sworn depositions and/or affidavits or declarations however, these can be objected to on the fact that the other party will not have a chance to cross examine these witnesses. It will honestly depend on the judge and the opposing counsel on whether they let them in. However, declarations are often used as a means to convey a lot of witnes testimony to the court without having to put all the witnesses on the stand
I am sorry that was the wrong post
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answer was good though, right?
yeah I mean tthe email address sorry
the answer before the email address is correct
ok, thank you.
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