If the statement:
- is a sworn affidavit or in a form accepted by the court as equivalent to a sworn affidavit; and
- the content of the affidavit/statement is relevant to the issues before the court in your particular proceeding (“relevant” means the evidence “tends to make the existence of any fact of consequence to the action more or less probable than it would be without the evidence”),
then you likely can submit the statement to the court and have the court admit it as evidence, with the content of the affidavit/statement treated like any other admissible testimony.
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