Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure - Rule 26.1. Foreign Law Determination

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A party intending to raise an issue of foreign law must provide the court and all parties with reasonable written notice. Issues of foreign law are questions of law, but in deciding such issues a court may consider any relevant material or source -- including testimony -- without regard to the Federal Rules of Evidence.

See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure