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Hawaii Government Resources

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Government Resources located in the State of Hawaii, including State, City & County of Honolulu, Maui, Big Island of Hawaii resources

Center on Aging

U.H.'s Center on Aging

Dept. of Attorney General

Department of the Attorney General- Missing Child Center, opinion letters, news releases and more

Hawaii CARD Network

Online catalog for the LRB Library; Business Resource Center, DBEDT; Supreme Court Law Library; and Municipal Records and Reference Center.

Hawaii State Bar Association

Hawaii State Bar Association- Legal Resources for both attorneys and the public.

Hawaii State Legislature

The Hawaii State Legislature with links to bills, legislative documents, the House and the Senate

Hawaii State Public Library System

Hawaii State Public Library System

JABSOM Health Sciences Library

JABSOM Health Sciences Library

The Judiciary of the State of Hawaii

Hawaii State Judiciary with links to court opinions (case law), court rules, court forms, etc.

Medical Service Providers- Hawaii State Listing

Medical Service Providers- Hawaii State Listing

Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Other Statistics & Publications from DBEDT

Other Statistics & Publications from DBEDT

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A scene photograph with markings made or authorized by an eyewitness during his or her deposition to show the location of the impact involved in a motor vehicle accident is generally admissible in Hawaii and, even if the eyewitness does not remember the entire layout of the accident scene, the picture's exclusion by a trial court is normally grounds for reversal. See, Samson v. Nahalu, Hawai'i Supreme Court No. SCWC-10-0000102 (December 4, 2015).

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