(a) Sensitive Exhibits and Exhibits Other Than Documents: Sensitive exhibits shall include, but are not necessarily limited to, drugs, weapons, currency, exhibits of a pornographic nature, and articles of high monetary value. When offering sensitive exhibits and exhibits other than documents into evidence, offering counsel shall also offer photographs of the exhibits. Counsel will be deemed by the Court to stipulate to substitution of the photographs for the exhibits in the record on appeal, unless otherwise ordered by the Court.
(b) Documentary Exhibits Larger than 8-1/2" x 11": When offering into evidence a documentary exhibit larger or smaller than 8-1/2" x 11", counsel shall also offer an 8-1/2" x 11" reduction or enlargement of the exhibit. Counsel will be deemed by the Court to stipulate to the substitution of the 8-1/2" x 11" reduction or enlargement for the exhibits in the record on appeal, unless otherwise ordered by the Court.
(c) Clerk's Disposition Schedule: The Clerk shall dispose of exhibits in accordance with the following schedule:
(d) Destruction of Exhibits: The Clerk may notify counsel in writing of the requirement that exhibits, discovery materials, photographs, and reductions be removed, and if they are not removed within 30 days, the Clerk may destroy them or make such other disposition as the Court may direct.