Title
WF_CJSU07final
By
drapera
Description
the admissibility of memories and beliefs The Hearsay Exception That Even the Best Judges Frequently Misunderstand by james j. duane17 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ■ Summer 2007 Hearsay, as we all know, is generally inadmissible, unless it fits within one of the well-known hearsay exceptions. Several of those exceptions sometimes apply to a statement made out of court by someone who was describing a memory of some earlier event—excited utterances, for example, or statements made to one’s treatiin physician...

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