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  1. A JDB recently set forth a self-serving version of an agreement (it's not the correct one, but has terms the JDB wants). At the bottom of the agreement copy a JDB-underling hand wrote the phrase: "Copy Redacted by Employee of Fritz Law Firm". It does not appear as though any information was actually redacted from the agreement text nor personal information. Is the above handwritten statement a disclosure required by the courts --- but should set off red flags for the Defendant? For instance, could I object to the copy based on rules of evidence, and the fact that the JDB has no personal knowledge of the account, and that the JDB-supplied/redacted copy should be stricken by the court?
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