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Friday, October 24, 2014

Evidence Rule 807

Rule 807. Discretion of Judge to Exclude Evidence Under Certain Exceptions
Except if offered by an accused in a criminal proceeding, when any statement is admissible by reason of Rules 803(c)(8), 803(c)(9), 803(c)(10), 803(c)(11), 803(c)(12), 803(c)(13), 803(c)(14), 803(c)(15), 803(c)(26) or 804(b), the judge may exclude it at the trial if it appears that the proponents intention to offer the statement in evidence was not made known to the adverse party at such time as to provide that party with a fair opportunity to meet it.
HISTORY:Adopted September 15, 1992 to be effective July 1, 1993.

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