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Figure 3-2.-Abbreviations used in recording stages of examination. MARKING  EXHIBITS Another one of your duties during the proceeding will be to mark the exhibits received  in  evidence. You  must  mark  prosecution  exhibits  in  the  following manner: Prosecution  Exhibit  1  for  identification  (insert  consecutive  Arabic  numerals for  each  succeeding  exhibit  admitted). Mark  exhibits  for  the  defense  as  follows: Defense Exhibit A for identification (insert consecutive capital letters; for example, A, B, and C for each succeeding exhibit admitted). Transcribe defense exhibits in the record in the same manner as prosecution exhibits, except letter them instead of numbering them. Mark  appellate  exhibits  with  Roman  numerals;  for  example  Appellate Exhibit I, Appellate Exhibit II. After an exhibit is admitted in evidence, it is your responsibility to delete the words for identification. You will do this when directed by the military judge or president  during  the  proceedings.  If  copies  or  a  true  description  is  submitted  for original  evidence  received  during  the  trial,  the  authenticity  of  the  copies  or description must be attested to. This is usually done by the TC. Here are a few examples: A true copy. A true description. A  true  photograph. Attest: Attest: Attest: J. A. DOE J. A. DOE J. A. DOE LT, JAGC, USNR LT,  JAGC,  USNR LT, JAGC, USNR Trial  Counsel Trial  Counsel Trial  Counsel 3-11

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