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The district court clerk retains any non-designated exhibits unless this Court or a party's counsel directs otherwise. See FRAP 11(b)(2). A party having possession of an exhibit offered or admitted in the district court but not filed with the district clerk must retain custody of the exhibit until this Court issues its mandate. See LR 11.2. The party that has custody of the exhibit must make it available if requested by the Court or a party. See LR 11.2.



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