Business record exception

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Under the Federal Rules of Evidence, Rule 803(6) establishes an exception to the hearsay rule. Under this rule, a party could admit any records of a business (1) that were made in the regular course of business; (2) that the business has a regular practice to make such records; (3) that were made at or near the time of the recorded event; and (4) that contain information transmitted by a person with knowledge of the information within the document.