Evidence, 2000-2001 Survey of New York Law

Syracuse Law Review, Vol. 52, p. 397, 2002

Albany Law School Research Paper

39 Pages Posted: 22 Jun 2010  

Michael J. Hutter

Albany Law School

Date Written: 2002

Abstract

This article is a survey of developments in evidence rules in 2001-2002. This issue covers Procedure, Relevancy, Witnesses, and Cross-examination and Impeachment.

Procedure includes: Preservation, Law of the Case, Presumptions, Res Ipsa Loquitur, Noseworthy Doctrine, Juror Knowledge, and Appeals of Evidentiary Rulings.

Relevancy includes: General considerations, Consciousness of Guilt, Missing Witness/Document, Other Crimes, and Documentary Evidence.

Witnesses includes: Competency, Court Control, and Refreshing Recollection.

Cross-examination and Impeachment includes: General considerations; Impeaching One's Own Witness; Bias, Hostility, and Interest; Prior Convictions; Prior Misconduct; and Prior Inconsistent Statements.

Suggested Citation

Hutter, Michael J., Evidence, 2000-2001 Survey of New York Law (2002). Syracuse Law Review, Vol. 52, p. 397, 2002; Albany Law School Research Paper. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1628127

Michael J. Hutter (Contact Author)

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