There's an evolving standard of relevance. Relevance is always a challenge for those who litigate. The challenge lies not in the definition we have, but in its breadth, and perhaps ambiguity. To some extent, relevance may be in the eye of the beholder, much like beauty. And at the end of the day what's relevant to one may not be relevant to all.
In Florida, the admission of evidence he is governed by two statutory standards, which are similar to the federal rules of evidence. The first ...
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