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rule of completeness

rule of com·plete·ness
  1. :  a rule permitting a party to require introduction of the rest of or more of a document or recorded statement that is being used as evidence by the opposing party

Additional Notes on rule of completeness

The rule of completeness applies when fairness demands consideration of the part of a document left out at the same time as the part that has been introduced.


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