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A foundation must be laid before a writing or other tangible evidence may be used to refresh a recollection. (1) Before referring to the writing the witness must show some recollection of the event, incident, or evidence; (2) After presentation to the court and opposing counsel the writing must be shown to the witness; and (3) After reference thereto, the witness' memory must be refreshed and he must be able to testify without depending on the writing.

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