Spoliation Factoid

‛The concept of spoliation derives from the Latin phrase ‘contra spolatorem omnia praesumuntur,’ meaning ‘all things presumed against the destroyer.’“ Perez v. La Dove, Inc., 964 So. 2d 777 (Fla. App. 2007) (citing Maria A. Losavio, Synthesis of Louisiana Law on Spoliation of Evidence-Compared to the Rest of the Country, Did We Handle it Correctly?, 58 La. L. Rev. 837, 848 (1998)).

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