Form JD-CL-28 "List of Exhibits" - Connecticut

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LIST OF EXHIBITS
ADA NOTICE
JD-CL-28 Rev. 7-19
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable
accommodation in accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk
or an ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
Instructions
Attorneys and Self-Represented Parties
Clerks
For trials:
1. At the commencement of the trial obtain the List of
Before the first day of jury selection or before the first day
Exhibits from the attorneys or self-represented party.
of a court trial, get exhibit stickers from the civil clerk's
office.
2. Complete the information at the top of the form.
Fill out this form as follows:
3. As each exhibit is introduced, write the date and your
1. Fill in the Type of Proceeding, Name of Case, and
initials on the exhibit's sticker and indicate in the column
Docket Number sections at the top of the form.
labeled "Entered as Full or ID" whether the exhibit is Full
or ID by placing an "F" or "ID" in the column next to the
2. For each plaintiff's exhibit, fill in a description of the
description of the exhibit. All exhibits so marked must be
exhibit. Indicate whether the exhibit is Full (the parties
retained by the clerk. If an exhibit is not admitted during
agree) or ID (Identification) (the opposing party objects)
the trial, the column should be marked "N/A" indicating
by checking the appropriate box. Put a Plaintiff's Exhibit
that the exhibit was not admitted into evidence. At the end
sticker on an open area of the exhibit. The sticker must
of the trial be sure each exhibit has one of these markings.
include the docket number of the case and the exhibit
number (the number on the form where the exhibit is
4. For State exhibits, on side 2 of the Exhibit List enter a
described).
brief description of the exhibit. In the column to the left of
the description indicate whether the exhibit is Full or ID.
3. For each defendant's exhibit, fill in a description of the
As each exhibit is introduced, indicate in the column
exhibit. Indicate whether the exhibit is Full (the parties
labeled "Entered into Evidence" whether the exhibit is Full
agree) or ID (Identification) (the opposing party objects)
or ID by placing an "F" or "ID" in the column next to the
by checking the appropriate box. Put a Defendant's
description of the exhibit. All exhibits so marked must be
Exhibit sticker on an open area of the exhibit. The
retained by the clerk. If an exhibit is not admitted during
sticker must include the docket number of the case and
the trial, the column should be marked "N/A" indicating
the exhibit letter (the letter on the form where the exhibit
that the exhibit was not admitted into evidence. At the end
is described).
of the trial be sure each exhibit has one of these markings.
Put a State's Exhibit sticker on an open area of the exhibit.
4. If there are more than 26 plaintiff's exhibits or more than
The sticker must include the docket number of the case,
26 defendant's exhibits, use the List of Exhibits
the exhibit number, the date marked, and the clerk's
(continued), form JD-CL-28A, continuing with the next
initials.
number or letter (e.g., AA, BB, CC, etc.). Put the next
number or letter in the same column as the description
5. For court exhibits (e.g., jury questions) on side 2 of the
of the exhibit.
Exhibit List enter a brief description of the exhibit next to
the appropriate exhibit letter. Put a Court Exhibit sticker on
5. On or before the first day of evidence, give the form to
an open area of the exhibit. The sticker must include the
the courtroom clerk.
docket number of the case, the exhibit letter, the date
marked, and the clerk's initials.
6. In civil and family cases, you must give a copy of all
exhibits to the opposing counsel or opposing self-
6. Be sure all Full or ID exhibits have been given to the clerk
represented party. Before submitting exhibits to the
for keeping until after judgment is entered and the appeal
court, you should redact (take out) any personal
period has expired. Store in appropriate location as
identifying information (see Section 4-7 of the
instructed by the Chief Clerk. Make appropriate entries in
Connecticut Practice Book for a description of personal
the Edison Exhibit Log.
identifying information), unless the information is
required to establish a fact at issue in your case.
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LIST OF EXHIBITS
ADA NOTICE
JD-CL-28 Rev. 7-19
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable
accommodation in accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk
or an ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
Instructions
Attorneys and Self-Represented Parties
Clerks
For trials:
1. At the commencement of the trial obtain the List of
Before the first day of jury selection or before the first day
Exhibits from the attorneys or self-represented party.
of a court trial, get exhibit stickers from the civil clerk's
office.
2. Complete the information at the top of the form.
Fill out this form as follows:
3. As each exhibit is introduced, write the date and your
1. Fill in the Type of Proceeding, Name of Case, and
initials on the exhibit's sticker and indicate in the column
Docket Number sections at the top of the form.
labeled "Entered as Full or ID" whether the exhibit is Full
or ID by placing an "F" or "ID" in the column next to the
2. For each plaintiff's exhibit, fill in a description of the
description of the exhibit. All exhibits so marked must be
exhibit. Indicate whether the exhibit is Full (the parties
retained by the clerk. If an exhibit is not admitted during
agree) or ID (Identification) (the opposing party objects)
the trial, the column should be marked "N/A" indicating
by checking the appropriate box. Put a Plaintiff's Exhibit
that the exhibit was not admitted into evidence. At the end
sticker on an open area of the exhibit. The sticker must
of the trial be sure each exhibit has one of these markings.
include the docket number of the case and the exhibit
number (the number on the form where the exhibit is
4. For State exhibits, on side 2 of the Exhibit List enter a
described).
brief description of the exhibit. In the column to the left of
the description indicate whether the exhibit is Full or ID.
3. For each defendant's exhibit, fill in a description of the
As each exhibit is introduced, indicate in the column
exhibit. Indicate whether the exhibit is Full (the parties
labeled "Entered into Evidence" whether the exhibit is Full
agree) or ID (Identification) (the opposing party objects)
or ID by placing an "F" or "ID" in the column next to the
by checking the appropriate box. Put a Defendant's
description of the exhibit. All exhibits so marked must be
Exhibit sticker on an open area of the exhibit. The
retained by the clerk. If an exhibit is not admitted during
sticker must include the docket number of the case and
the trial, the column should be marked "N/A" indicating
the exhibit letter (the letter on the form where the exhibit
that the exhibit was not admitted into evidence. At the end
is described).
of the trial be sure each exhibit has one of these markings.
Put a State's Exhibit sticker on an open area of the exhibit.
4. If there are more than 26 plaintiff's exhibits or more than
The sticker must include the docket number of the case,
26 defendant's exhibits, use the List of Exhibits
the exhibit number, the date marked, and the clerk's
(continued), form JD-CL-28A, continuing with the next
initials.
number or letter (e.g., AA, BB, CC, etc.). Put the next
number or letter in the same column as the description
5. For court exhibits (e.g., jury questions) on side 2 of the
of the exhibit.
Exhibit List enter a brief description of the exhibit next to
the appropriate exhibit letter. Put a Court Exhibit sticker on
5. On or before the first day of evidence, give the form to
an open area of the exhibit. The sticker must include the
the courtroom clerk.
docket number of the case, the exhibit letter, the date
marked, and the clerk's initials.
6. In civil and family cases, you must give a copy of all
exhibits to the opposing counsel or opposing self-
6. Be sure all Full or ID exhibits have been given to the clerk
represented party. Before submitting exhibits to the
for keeping until after judgment is entered and the appeal
court, you should redact (take out) any personal
period has expired. Store in appropriate location as
identifying information (see Section 4-7 of the
instructed by the Chief Clerk. Make appropriate entries in
Connecticut Practice Book for a description of personal
the Edison Exhibit Log.
identifying information), unless the information is
required to establish a fact at issue in your case.
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LISTEXH
LIST OF EXHIBITS
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-CL-28 Rev. 7-19
*LISTEXH*
Type of Proceeding:
Date(s) of Proceeding:
Court
At (Town)
Geographic
Judicial
Housing
Area number
District of:
Session
Name of Case
Name(s) of Clerk(s)
Name of Judge
Name(s) of Court Reporter(s)
Docket Number
Entered as
Entered as
Plaintiff's Exhibits
Defendant's Exhibits
Full or ID
Full or ID
ID
ID
1.
A.
Full
Full
ID
ID
2.
B.
Full
Full
ID
ID
3.
C.
Full
Full
ID
ID
4.
D.
Full
Full
ID
ID
5.
E.
Full
Full
ID
ID
6.
F.
Full
Full
ID
ID
7.
G.
Full
Full
ID
ID
8.
H.
Full
Full
ID
ID
9.
I.
Full
Full
ID
ID
10.
J.
Full
Full
ID
ID
11.
K.
Full
Full
ID
ID
12.
L.
Full
Full
ID
ID
13.
M.
Full
Full
ID
ID
14.
N.
Full
Full
ID
ID
15.
O.
Full
Full
ID
ID
16.
P.
Full
Full
ID
ID
17.
Q.
Full
Full
ID
ID
18.
R.
Full
Full
ID
ID
19.
S.
Full
Full
ID
ID
20.
T.
Full
Full
ID
ID
21.
U.
Full
Full
ID
ID
22.
V.
Full
Full
ID
ID
23.
W.
Full
Full
ID
ID
24.
X.
Full
Full
ID
ID
25.
Y.
Full
Full
ID
ID
26.
Z.
Full
Full
Plaintiff's exhibits returned to
Date
Defendant's exhibits returned to
Date
Receipt acknowledged (Attorney for Plaintiff)
Date
Receipt acknowledged (Attorney for Defendant)
Date
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Name of case
Docket number
Entered as
Entered as
State's Exhibits
Court's Exhibits
Full or ID
Full or ID
ID
ID
1.
A.
Full
Full
ID
ID
2.
B.
Full
Full
ID
ID
3.
C.
Full
Full
ID
ID
4.
D.
Full
Full
ID
ID
5.
E.
Full
Full
ID
ID
6.
F.
Full
Full
ID
ID
7.
G.
Full
Full
ID
ID
8.
H.
Full
Full
ID
ID
9.
I.
Full
Full
ID
ID
10.
J.
Full
Full
ID
ID
11.
K.
Full
Full
ID
ID
12.
L.
Full
Full
ID
ID
13.
M.
Full
Full
ID
ID
14.
N.
Full
Full
ID
ID
15.
O.
Full
Full
ID
ID
16.
P.
Full
Full
ID
ID
17.
Q.
Full
Full
ID
ID
18.
R.
Full
Full
ID
ID
19.
S.
Full
Full
ID
ID
20.
T.
Full
Full
ID
ID
21.
U.
Full
Full
ID
ID
22.
V.
Full
Full
ID
ID
23.
W.
Full
Full
ID
ID
24.
X.
Full
Full
ID
ID
25.
Y.
Full
Full
ID
ID
26.
Z.
Full
Full
State's Exhibits Returned To
Date
Receipt Acknowledged
Date
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