Q. Do you have it in front of you?
A. Yes, I do.
Q. And can you tell us what it is?
A. It looks to me to be a copy of a letter to the editor that I wrote.
Q. And I’m going to ask you to read this letter into the record.
MR. MUISE: Objection, Your Honor. This letter is hearsay.
THE COURT: Say it again. I’m sorry.
MR. MUISE: Objection, hearsay.
THE COURT: Why is it hearsay?
MR. MUISE: She’s going to be reading in the letter, the contents of the statement. It’s an out-of-court statement. They’re obviously offering it for the truth of the matter.
THE COURT: Who wrote the letter?
MR. MUISE: She wrote the letter.
THE COURT: Overruled.