Burden of Tendering Admissions When Identity is Disputed

In Burden of Proof, Evidence Law, Hearsay, Hearsay, Teaching Capsules, Theory and Principle, Theory and Principle by Peter SankoffLeave a Comment

Tendering admissions made by the defendant in a criminal case is easy – except when there is reason to dispute whether it was the defendant who actually made the statement. Then things can get complicated in a hurry. This Video Blog attempts to sift through some contradictory jurisprudence and provide a framework for admitting statements in these situations.

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