The original is not required, and other evidence of the contents of a writing, recording, or photograph is admissible if:
All originals are lost or have been destroyed, unless the proponent lost or destroyed them in bad faith; or
No original can be obtained by any available judicial process or procedure; or
At a time when an original was under the control of the party against whom offered, that party was put on notice, by the pleadings or otherwise, that the contents would be a subject of proof at the hearing, and that party does not produce the original at the hearing; or
The writing, recording, or photograph is not closely related to a controlling issue.
(Amended effective January 1, 1990.)