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Hearsay can be written statements, communicative conduct, or: (Points : 6) telepathic communications. oral statements. repressed memories of the witness. hypnotically
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Hearsay can be written statements, communicative conduct, or: oral statements.
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Hearsay can be written statements, communicative conduct, or: oral statements.
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Most jurisdictions in the federal government require a showing that the declarant is unavailable to trigger at least some of the hearsay exceptions.
Weegy: True - Unfunded mandates are programs required but not paid for by the federal government. The Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 attempts to limit the number of unfunded mandates placed on states and local governments. User: There are no exceptions to the hearsay rule in the Federal Rules of Evidence. (Points : 6) True False Weegy: true User: There are no exceptions to the hearsay rule in the Federal Rules of Evidence. (Points : 6) True False Weegy: true User: To qualify as an exception to the hearsay rule, the statement must have some indicia of reliability. (Points : 6) True False Weegy: false, not since 2004. Under the precedent set in Ohio v. Roberts, 448 US 56 (1980), testimonial hearsay was admissible if it was was considered "reliable." This standard was overturned in Crawford v. [ Washington, 541 US 36 (2004), in which the US Supreme Court determined such evidence violated the defendant's Sixth Amendment protection under the Confrontation Clause, which holds that a defendant has a right to confront (question) witnesses who testify against him/her. In Crawford the Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that admitting "reliable" hearsay testimony was tantamount to assuming the defendant was guilty. Justice Scalia wrote: "Dispensing with confrontation because testimony is obviously reliable is akin to dispensing with a jury trial because a defendant is obviously guilty...." The Supreme Court decided the key was not a matter of reliability, but whether certain evidence could be considered testimonial, and therefore inadmissible in the absence of the witness; or whether the evidence qualified as non-testimonial, and therefore admissible on the grounds that introducing the material didn't trigger the Confrontation Clause. In 2006, the Supreme Court clarified their decision in Crawford in tandem cases, Davis v. Washington and Hammon v. Indiana, 547 US 813 (2006) that stipulated witness ... (More)
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