Case Law Alerts
Allowing secondary evidence in the form of testimony of defendant’s employee.
In a slip and fall action, the Third District Court of Appeal held it was not an abuse of discretion for the trial court to allow secondary evidence, in the form of the testimony of an employee of the defendant grocery store who had viewed the unavailable surveillance video.
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