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Hearsay evidence: a statement made outside the court to prove the truth of the matter stated

You, Larry, try to state in the courtroom that Joe said “Paul is a crook.”

Hearsay may be offered to prove a nonhearsay purpose.

Trustworthiness.

Unavailability of declarant.

Practical considerations.

Exemptions to Fed. Rules of Evidence.

Major exceptions

Excited utterances.

Business records.

Official records.

Dying declarations.

Learned treatises.

Commercial publications.

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