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“Facet” Or “Facets” Of Executive Privilege In Oklahoma? Vandelay’S Unclear Outcome, Nick Candido Jan 2024

“Facet” Or “Facets” Of Executive Privilege In Oklahoma? Vandelay’S Unclear Outcome, Nick Candido

Oklahoma Law Review

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“Importing” Restrictions From One Federal Rule Of Evidence Provision To Another: The Limits Of Legitimate Contextual Interpretation In The Age Of Statutes, Edward J. Imwinkelried Jan 2020

“Importing” Restrictions From One Federal Rule Of Evidence Provision To Another: The Limits Of Legitimate Contextual Interpretation In The Age Of Statutes, Edward J. Imwinkelried

Oklahoma Law Review

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Winning The Waiting Game: How Oklahoma Can Rectify The Discrepancy Between Its No-Impeachment Rule And Peña-Rodriguez V. Colorado, Ryan D. Brown Jan 2020

Winning The Waiting Game: How Oklahoma Can Rectify The Discrepancy Between Its No-Impeachment Rule And Peña-Rodriguez V. Colorado, Ryan D. Brown

Oklahoma Law Review

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The Disability Dilemma: Difficulties Involving Erisa Claims For Subjective-Proof Diseases, Courtney D. Keeling Jan 2020

The Disability Dilemma: Difficulties Involving Erisa Claims For Subjective-Proof Diseases, Courtney D. Keeling

Oklahoma Law Review

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Waiver, Work Product, And Worry: A Case For Clarifying The Waiver Doctrine In Oklahoma, Mitchell B. Bryant Jan 2018

Waiver, Work Product, And Worry: A Case For Clarifying The Waiver Doctrine In Oklahoma, Mitchell B. Bryant

Oklahoma Law Review

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Admissions Online: Statements Of A Party Opponent In The Internet Age, Dylan Charles Edwards Jan 2013

Admissions Online: Statements Of A Party Opponent In The Internet Age, Dylan Charles Edwards

Oklahoma Law Review

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The Admissibility Of Eyewitness-Identification Expert Testimony In Oklahoma, Sean S. Hunt Jan 2011

The Admissibility Of Eyewitness-Identification Expert Testimony In Oklahoma, Sean S. Hunt

Oklahoma Law Review

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The Sky Is Not Falling: How The Anticlimactic Application Of Melendez-Diaz V. Massachusetts To Oklahoma's Laboratory Report Procedures Allows Room For Improvement, Danae Vansickle Grace Jan 2011

The Sky Is Not Falling: How The Anticlimactic Application Of Melendez-Diaz V. Massachusetts To Oklahoma's Laboratory Report Procedures Allows Room For Improvement, Danae Vansickle Grace

Oklahoma Law Review

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The Amended Attorney-Client Privilege In Oklahoma: A Misstep In The Right Direction, Robert A. Brown Jan 2011

The Amended Attorney-Client Privilege In Oklahoma: A Misstep In The Right Direction, Robert A. Brown

Oklahoma Law Review

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A Jurisprudence Of Doubt: Missouri V. Seibert, United States V. Patane, And The Supreme Court's Continued Confusion About The Constitutional Status Of Miranda, Johnathan L. Rogers Jan 2005

A Jurisprudence Of Doubt: Missouri V. Seibert, United States V. Patane, And The Supreme Court's Continued Confusion About The Constitutional Status Of Miranda, Johnathan L. Rogers

Oklahoma Law Review

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Christian V. Gray: The Oklahoma Supreme Court Accepts The Daubert Standard, Debra W. Mccormick, Randon J. Grau Jan 2004

Christian V. Gray: The Oklahoma Supreme Court Accepts The Daubert Standard, Debra W. Mccormick, Randon J. Grau

Oklahoma Law Review

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Expert Witness Fees As A Recoverable Item Of Costs: Recent Litigation Trends, Paul M. Kolker Jan 2004

Expert Witness Fees As A Recoverable Item Of Costs: Recent Litigation Trends, Paul M. Kolker

Oklahoma Law Review

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Evidence: Is Oklahoma Balancing The Scales Of Justice By Tying The Hands Of Trial Judges?: The 2002 Amendment To Section 2403 Of The Oklahoma Evidence Code Mandating Admission Of In-Life Victim Photographs In Homicide Cases, Liesa L. Richter Jan 2003

Evidence: Is Oklahoma Balancing The Scales Of Justice By Tying The Hands Of Trial Judges?: The 2002 Amendment To Section 2403 Of The Oklahoma Evidence Code Mandating Admission Of In-Life Victim Photographs In Homicide Cases, Liesa L. Richter

Oklahoma Law Review

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Procedural Rules Governing The Admissibility Of Evidence, Reagan Wm. Simpson, Warren S. Huang Jan 2001

Procedural Rules Governing The Admissibility Of Evidence, Reagan Wm. Simpson, Warren S. Huang

Oklahoma Law Review

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Presumptions And Their Effect, Leo H. Whinery Jan 2001

Presumptions And Their Effect, Leo H. Whinery

Oklahoma Law Review

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Introduction, Background, And Overview, C. Arlen Beam Jan 2001

Introduction, Background, And Overview, C. Arlen Beam

Oklahoma Law Review

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Uniform Rules Of Evidence (1999), C. Arlen Beam, Leo H. Whinery Jan 2001

Uniform Rules Of Evidence (1999), C. Arlen Beam, Leo H. Whinery

Oklahoma Law Review

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The Mental Health Provider Privilege In The Wake Of Jaffe V. Redmond, Robert H. Aronson Jan 2001

The Mental Health Provider Privilege In The Wake Of Jaffe V. Redmond, Robert H. Aronson

Oklahoma Law Review

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Expert Testimony To Accommodate The Frye, Daubert, And Kumho Tire Standards Of Admissibility, Rhoda B. Billings Jan 2001

Expert Testimony To Accommodate The Frye, Daubert, And Kumho Tire Standards Of Admissibility, Rhoda B. Billings

Oklahoma Law Review

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Finding The Proper Balance In Hearsay Policy: The Uniform Rules Attempt To Stem The Hearsay Tide In Criminal Cases Without Prohibiting All Nontraditional Hearsay, Myrna S. Raeder Jan 2001

Finding The Proper Balance In Hearsay Policy: The Uniform Rules Attempt To Stem The Hearsay Tide In Criminal Cases Without Prohibiting All Nontraditional Hearsay, Myrna S. Raeder

Oklahoma Law Review

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State Gladiators Go High Tech With Records--Will The Feds Follow?, Daniel R. Murray, Timothy J. Chorvat Jan 2001

State Gladiators Go High Tech With Records--Will The Feds Follow?, Daniel R. Murray, Timothy J. Chorvat

Oklahoma Law Review

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Prejudice To The NTh Degree: The Introduction Of Uncharged Misconduct Admissible Only Against A Co-Defendant At A Megatrial, Edward J. Imwinkelried Jan 2000

Prejudice To The NTh Degree: The Introduction Of Uncharged Misconduct Admissible Only Against A Co-Defendant At A Megatrial, Edward J. Imwinkelried

Oklahoma Law Review

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Federal Rules Of Evidence: Raising The Bar On Adminissibility Of Expert Testimony: Can Your Expert Make The Grade After Kumho Tire V. Carmichael, Douglas B. Maddock Jr. Jan 2000

Federal Rules Of Evidence: Raising The Bar On Adminissibility Of Expert Testimony: Can Your Expert Make The Grade After Kumho Tire V. Carmichael, Douglas B. Maddock Jr.

Oklahoma Law Review

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Evidence: Taylor V. State--Oklahoma Abandons The Frye Test And Forces Its State Court Judges To Enter The Twilight Zone, Paige Queen Jan 1996

Evidence: Taylor V. State--Oklahoma Abandons The Frye Test And Forces Its State Court Judges To Enter The Twilight Zone, Paige Queen

Oklahoma Law Review

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"Other Accident" Evidence In Product Liability Actions: Highly Probative Or An Accident Waiting To Happen?, Robert A. Sachs Jan 1996

"Other Accident" Evidence In Product Liability Actions: Highly Probative Or An Accident Waiting To Happen?, Robert A. Sachs

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.