Lohmeier v. Hammer

In Lohmeier v. Hammer, 214 Ariz. 57, 148 P.3d 101 (App. 2006) the Court stated: "To be admissible, a photograph must be a reasonably faithful representation of the object depicted and aid the jury in understanding the testimony or evaluating the issues." 214 Ariz. 57, P 8, 148 P.3d at 105. And, although "the individual who took the photographs need not be the person who verifies them at trial, and the verifying witness is not required to have been present when the photographs were taken," the verifying witness must "attest that the photographs accurately portray the scene or object depicted." Id.