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statement against interestsの例文

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  • The " statements against interest " rule is different because:
  • 4 ) The " statements against interest " rule has a rationale that is different from the party admission rule.
  • "Statements against interest " made by other witnesses are sometimes admissible over the hearsay exception, but that is covered by a different exception.
  • While such statements are hearsay, they should be admissible under the rules as what is known as a " statement against interest " by the defendant.
  • Remember there are many exceptions to the hearsay rule ( and Canada has a very liberal approach to this problem ) and if there is a " statement against interest " by one of the parties then such an email could be very relevant.
  • It is the criminal equivalent of a statement against interest, a statement a person would not normally make, which would put them in a disadvantaged position to that they would have had if they had not made the statement in the first place.
  • To give one example, Packham didn't cover the obvious argument for the pro resurrection testimony in regards to the exception to the hearsay rule from a legal standpoint-namely " statements against interest " given in this code ( Cal . Ev . Code ?230; F . R . E . 804 ( b ) ( 3 ) . ) [ http : / / lawreligionculturereview . blogspot . com / 2005 _ 01 _ 01 _ lawreligionculturereview _ archive . html.