present recollection refreshed

present recollection refreshed
present rec·ol·lec·tion re·freshed /-ˌre-kə-'lek-shən-/ n: a rule of evidence allowing the use of a writing to jog the memory of a witness and enable the witness to testify about things newly remembered – called also present recollection revived; compare past recollection recorded

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

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