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United States V. Leon, Lewis F. Powell Jr. Oct 1983

United States V. Leon, Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Supreme Court Case Files

No abstract provided.


Bose Corp. V. Consumers Union Of United States, Inc., Lewis F. Powell Jr. Oct 1983

Bose Corp. V. Consumers Union Of United States, Inc., Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Supreme Court Case Files

No abstract provided.


Evidence - Incidents Of Shoplifting Not Probative Of Truthfulness Under Rule 608(B), Shelly Kim Kritz Apr 1983

Evidence - Incidents Of Shoplifting Not Probative Of Truthfulness Under Rule 608(B), Shelly Kim Kritz

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidentiary Issues, John M. Purcell Apr 1983

Evidentiary Issues, John M. Purcell

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidence: Making The Record, Margaret G. Stewart Mar 1983

Evidence: Making The Record, Margaret G. Stewart

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Richard H. Underwood Jan 1983

Kentucky Law Survey: Evidence, Richard H. Underwood

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

Kentucky courts faced a number of significant issues in evidence law during the Survey period. Several decisions dealt with character evidence and problems arising from the admission of evidence of prior criminal acts of the accused, either as substantive evidence or for impeachment. This Survey will highlight these cases and to a lesser degree discuss cases on hearsay admissions, opinion, the Kentucky Dead Man Statute and privilege, which also were decided during the Survey period.


Hypnotic Evidence, Paul C. Giannelli Jan 1983

Hypnotic Evidence, Paul C. Giannelli

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Prior Restraint Of Expression Through The Private Search Doctrine, Edward J. Eberle Jan 1983

Prior Restraint Of Expression Through The Private Search Doctrine, Edward J. Eberle

Law Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Procurement And Presentation Of Evidence In Courts-Martial: Compulsory Process And Confrontation, Fredric I. Lederer, Francis A. Gilligan Jan 1983

The Procurement And Presentation Of Evidence In Courts-Martial: Compulsory Process And Confrontation, Fredric I. Lederer, Francis A. Gilligan

Faculty Publications

Although pretrial litigation often seems to render trial on the merits something of an anti-climax, adversarial adjudication is of course the focus of the criminal justice system, military or civilian. Once trial on the merits has begun, trial and defense counsel naturally utilize the rules of evidence in the fashion most likely to make the most of the evidence available to them. Yet, as all lawyers are aware, the period since the enactment of the Uniform Code of Military Justice has brought sweeping changes not only in military criminal law, but also in the "constitutionalization" of the law of evidence ...


Statistics In The Potential Problems In The Presentation Of Statistical Evidence Jan 1983

Statistics In The Potential Problems In The Presentation Of Statistical Evidence

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Hearsay Exception For Public Records In Federal Criminal Trials, Vincent C. Alexander Jan 1983

The Hearsay Exception For Public Records In Federal Criminal Trials, Vincent C. Alexander

Faculty Publications

The hearsay exception for "public records" was recognized at common law and has been further developed in most jurisdictions by statute. The reliability of public records is said to derive from the presumption of regularity and accuracy that attends the recording of events by public officials. As with the hearsay exception for recordsmade in the regular course of a private business, the reliability of many public records is enhanced by the routine and repetitive circumstancesunder which such records are made. An additional justificationfor the admission of public records is public convenience: If government employees are continually required to testify in ...