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If you can’t buy evidence, put everyone concerned with it on notice, like impounders and tow operators to preserve evidence. They can later be sued if they do not do everything they can to preserve state of article.
If product is owned by defendant, you can file an independent action for a temporary restraining order, and a preliminary injunction. This is to avoid any alterations that could be done on product, and keeps it safe from experimental—and possibly destructive—testing by defendant.
Finally, obtain complete history and background data of product. Find out where it was originally purchased, who its previous owners were, what modifications were done to it. Try to obtain as well a description of manufacturer and its distributors (if any), and source all literature pertaining to product, such as fliers and manuals.
Being equipped with all of these will raise your chances of winning in court. The key is to preserve evidence, and acting fast in obtaining it.
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