exhibits

  • 1.

    In addition to calling witnesses to testify, parties may offer objects, such as documents, books, letters, and pictures, as evidence. Each item is marked or labeled with a number or letter or both for reference. The parties and the court use that label when referring to the object during the trial. If the court receives or "admits" these objects in evidence, the jury reviews those items along with the witness testimony during deliberations.

    Oregon Judicial Department 1
    See also clerk, bailiff
  • 2.

    "Exhibits" means exhibits offered and received or rejected in the trial court.

    Oregon Legislature 2
    See also record

1Oregon Judicial Department, Juror Information: Glossary of Terms, http://­www.ojd.state.or.us/­jurorinfo/­glossary.htm (last accessed May 27, 2009).

2Or. Rev. Stat. § 19.005 (2007).