If originals of books, documents, records, or other papers have been received in evidence, a copy of them, or of so many of them as may be material or relevant, may in the discretion of the court be substituted. Copies of documents will be admitted as evidence under the Rules of Evidence.
Originals of books, documents, records, diagrams, or other exhibits introduced in evidence before the court may be withdrawn from the custody of the court in the manner and upon the terms the court in its discretion prescribes.
An original and one copy of all exhibits must be furnished to the court, and a copy must be furnished to opposing counsel or the opposing party if the party is pro se.
MS s 271.06
21 SR 805
May 13, 1997