present recollection refreshed. Evidence. A witness’s memory that has been enhanced by showing the witness a document that describes the relevant events. • The document itself is merely a memory stimulus and is not admitted in evidence. Fed. R. Evid. 612. — Also termed refreshing recollection; refreshing memory; present recollection revived. Cf. PAST RECOLLECTION RECORDED . [Cases: Witnesses 253. C.J.S. Witnesses §§ 435, 499.]

[Blacks Law 8th]