901(b)(1), a matter may be authenticated by testimony that it aquot;is what it is claimed to be. ... not fit comfortably within the more particular language of the other eight illustrations.2 Such evidence should be considered to satisfy the requirement so anbsp;...
|Title||:||Federal Evidence: Hearsay: Rules 801 to 807 (continued). Authentication and identification: Rules 901 to 903. Contents of writings, recordings, and photographs: Rules 1001 to 1008. Miscellaneous rules: Rules 1101 to 1103|
|Author||:||Christopher B. Mueller, Laird C. Kirkpatrick|