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Cross-Examination, Lloyd Paul Stryker Dec 1952

Cross-Examination, Lloyd Paul Stryker

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Privileged Communications Between Psychiatrist And Patient, Manfred S. Guttmacher, Henry Weihofen Oct 1952

Privileged Communications Between Psychiatrist And Patient, Manfred S. Guttmacher, Henry Weihofen

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Protection Against Illegal Meansof Obtaining Evidence, Raymond W. Haman, James H. Flippen, Jr. Sep 1952

Protection Against Illegal Meansof Obtaining Evidence, Raymond W. Haman, James H. Flippen, Jr.

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Speculative Evidence And The Administrative Process Jul 1952

Speculative Evidence And The Administrative Process

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law—Admission Of Evidence Obtained By Use Of Stomach Pump Violative Of Due Process, Joseph A. Taddeo Apr 1952

Constitutional Law—Admission Of Evidence Obtained By Use Of Stomach Pump Violative Of Due Process, Joseph A. Taddeo

Buffalo Law Review

Rochin v. People of California, 72 S. Ct. 205 (1952).


Evidence—Wire Recordings Of Confidential Communications Between Husband And Wife Held Inadmissable, Gerard J. O’Brien Apr 1952

Evidence—Wire Recordings Of Confidential Communications Between Husband And Wife Held Inadmissable, Gerard J. O’Brien

Buffalo Law Review

Hunter v. Hunter, 169 Pa. Super. 498, 83 A (2d) 401 (1951).


Spontaneous Declarations (Res Gestae), Thomas P. Hardman Apr 1952

Spontaneous Declarations (Res Gestae), Thomas P. Hardman

West Virginia Law Review

In a comparatively recent case in which counsel contended that certain extrajudicial assertions were inadmissible on the ground that they were not "a part of the res gestae," Judge Learned Hand dismissed the argument with the observation that res gestae "is a phrase which has been accountable for so much confusion that it had best be denied any place whatever in legal terminology." In somewhat similar vein the supreme court of California has said that "Definitions of res gestae are as numerous as prescriptions for the cure of rheumatism and generally about as useful." The appropriateness of these trenchant observations ...


Admissibility Of Evidence Of Similar Offenses In Criminal Prosecutions In West Virginia, R. E. M. Apr 1952

Admissibility Of Evidence Of Similar Offenses In Criminal Prosecutions In West Virginia, R. E. M.

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law—Evidence—Admissibility Of Blood Sample Jan 1952

Constitutional Law—Evidence—Admissibility Of Blood Sample

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidence: Admissibility Of Uncommunicated Threats Of A Deceased Person--Griffin V. United States, Cecil Walden Jan 1952

Evidence: Admissibility Of Uncommunicated Threats Of A Deceased Person--Griffin V. United States, Cecil Walden

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Testimonial Privilege And Competency In Indiana Jan 1952

Testimonial Privilege And Competency In Indiana

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.