I am editing a court transcript for a class (cannot alter the text). For each change I make, I need to cite a rule for it. I have read a lot about the use of which and that, and I am still confused on this sentence.
I feel that it needs a comma before which, but I am unsure what the “official” reasoning would be. I know that, normally, that should be used for restrictive clauses, and which should be used for non-restrictive clauses, but I am unsure if it was spoken correctly.
Or is it because there is only one Exhibit 2, making the which clause non-essential (non-restrictive), and therefore a comma is needed?
We’ve put in front of you Exhibit 2 which is a Visa statement of account.