EVIDENCE: NEW CASES AND COURTROOM ISSUES
PRESENTED BY MEMBERS OF THE SJC ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE LAW OF EVIDENCE
Honorable Peter W. Agnes, Jr., Chair, Honorable Mark Coven,
Elizabeth Mulvey, Esq., Benjamin Golden, Esq., Edmund Daley, Esq.
|HEARSAY AND CONFRONTATION:
||Commonwealth v. Rodrigues (A.C. September 22, 2016
|EXCLUDING RELEVANT EVIDENCE:
||Multifarious Applications of Section 403 in Civil and Criminal Cases
||The Derivative Attorney-Client Privilege under § 511
[DeRosa v. City of New Bedford, 471 Mass. 4465 (2015)]
andThe Informer Privilege under § 509 [Commonwealth v. Bonnett, 472 Mass. 827 (2015)]
|MOTIONS IN LIMINE:
||Effective Use and Preserving Appellate Rights
|SELECTED JURY ISSUES:
|Extraneous matters and sleeping jurors
|Commonwealth v. Henry, 475 Mass. 117 (2016) and
Commonwealth v. Buckley, 90 Mass.App.Ct. 177 (2016)
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