Statutes


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > West-virginia > 57

§57-1-1 Copies of legislative journals, acts and resolutions.
§57-1-2 Local or private acts and resolutions of Legislature; judicial notice thereof.
§57-1-3 Copies of Virginia laws.
§57-1-4 Judicial notice of foreign laws.
§57-1-5 Notice by courts and officers of signatures of judges or governor.
§57-1-6 Copies of certain deeds.
§57-1-7 Copies of records, bonds or papers in public offices; certificate of auditor.
§57-1-7a Use of photographic copies in evidence; state records, papers or documents; destruction or transfer to archives of originals; destruction of canceled checks and paid and canceled bonds and co
§57-1-7b Use of photographic copies in evidence — Business and public records; destruction of originals.
§57-1-7c Use of microfilm or microcards to reproduce and preserve records; destruction or transfer of originals to archivist.
§57-1-7d Records provided on computer or optical disc.
§57-1-8 Copy of writing filed in one suit may be filed in another suit on same writing.
§;57-1-7 and 57-1-8 to records or papers in public offices in Virginia.
§57-1-10 Certificate of clerk of county court as to certain tax records.
§57-1-11 Withdrawal of original paper filed in cause; retention of copy.
§57-1-12 Authentication of records and proceedings of courts of United States or other states; full faith and credit.
§57-1-13 Authentication of public records not pertaining to courts; full faith and credit.
§57-1-14 Authentication of foreign deeds, powers of attorney, policies of insurance, etc.
§57-2-1 Handwriting analysis.
§57-2-2 When attesting witness need not be called.
§57-2-3 Statement by accused upon legal examination.
§57-2-4 Justification and mitigation of damages in action for defamation.
§57-3-1 Party or interested person competent as witness; exception as to transaction or communication with deceased or insane person; right of person sued to give evidence in action for death by wrong
§57-3-2 Competency of husband and wife to testify.
§57-3-3 Testimony of husband and wife in criminal cases.
§57-3-4 Confidential communications between husband and wife.
§57-3-5 Competency of convicts as witnesses.
§57-3-6 Competency of accused as witness.
§57-3-7 No person incompetent as witness by reason of race or color.
§57-3-8 Competency of chiropractors as witnesses.
§57-3-9 Communications to priests, nuns, clergy, rabbis, Christian Science practitioners or other religious counselors not subject to being compelled as testimony.
§57-4-1 Taking and certification of depositions — Generally.
§57-4-2 Taking and certification of depositions — Out of state and in foreign countries.
§57-4-3 Notice of taking of depositions; when deposition may be read in equity.
§57-4-4 Circumstances under which deposition may be read in case at law; attendance of deponent out of county may be required.
§57-4-5 When deposition may be read by adverse party.
§57-4-6 Taking deposition after judgment, decree or order; reading thereof in future trial.
§57-4-7 How testimony perpetuated.
§57-5-1 Summons for witnesses.
§57-5-2 When witness may be compelled to give evidence against himself; immunity of witness from prosecution.
§57-5-3 Production of writings — By party.
§57-5-4 Production of writings — By person other than party.
§57-5-4a Hospital records; definitions.
§57-5-4b Hospital records; furnishing copies in compliance with subpoenas.
§57-5-4c Hospital records; sealing, identification and direction of copies.
§57-5-4d Hospital records; opening of sealed envelopes.
§57-5-4e Hospital records; custodian's affidavit; charges.
§57-5-4f Hospital records; admissibility of copies and affidavits.
§57-5-4g Hospital records; obtaining personal attendance of custodian.
§57-5-4h Hospital records; obtaining personal attendance of custodian and production of original record.
§57-5-4i Hospital records; substitution of copies after introduction of originals.
§57-5-4j Hospital records; evidence of reasonableness of medical expenses.
§57-5-5 Failure of witness to attend or produce writing.
§57-5-6 Commitment to jail of person attending but refusing to testify or produce writing.
§57-5-7 Interpreters required.
§57-5-8 Who may administer oath to witness.
§57-5-9 Administration of oaths or taking of affidavits; authentication of affidavit made in another state or country; oaths and affidavits of persons in military service.
§57-5-10 Affidavit of nonresidence; affidavit of publication in newspaper.
§57-5-11 Disposal of exhibits or articles offered in evidence; disposal of property in hands of law-enforcement officials.
§57-5-12 Certain documents deemed duplicates.