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Negligence: Medical Malpractice – Videotape Evidence – Insurance Question

Saint Louis University v. Geary (MLW No. 59867/Case No. SC89840 – 26 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Breckenridge, J.; Price, C.J., Teitelman, Russell, Fischer and Stith, JJ., and Parrish, Sp. J., concur. Wolff, J., not participating) (1) Where the defendants ...

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Criminal Law: Juror Bias – Hearsay – Kidnapping Statute

U.S. v. Barraza (MLW No. 59525/Case No. 08-3488 – 18 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, Benton, J.) (1) Even though a juror indicated during voir dire that his sense of parental responsibility might “possibly” interfere with his ability ...

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Criminal Law: Presentence Report – Hearsay

Martin v. State (MLW No. 59482 – 10 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Newton, C.J.) Where a defendant entered a guilty plea to felony domestic assault and the plea agreement stipulated that there would be a presentence report ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Western District: Criminal Law

State v. Tillman (MLW No. 59338/Case No. WD69472 – 18 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Smart Jr., J.) Murder Trial – Autopsy Report – Hearsay (1)Where a trial court allowed a medical examiner to testify regarding an autopsy ...

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Criminal Law: Drug Conspiracy – Sequestration Order – Hearsay

Where defendants facing drug conspiracy charges argued they were prejudiced because their ability to test the veracity of witnesses through cross examination was compromised by the witnesses’ conversations with each other, the district court did not abuse its discretion in ...

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Bonds’ steroids test might be barred at perjury trial

Barry Bonds' steroids test, doping calendars prepared by his trainer and other key government evidence might be excluded from the baseball player's perjury trial, a federal judge said. U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston said Thursday she was leaning toward ruling that the evidence is inadmissible unless federal prosecutors have testimony from Greg Anderson, Bonds' former trainer, or other witnesses who can link the calendars and blood tests to Bonds, Major League Baseball's home-run leader.

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Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District: Criminal law

Evidence; hearsay ED90801 State of Missouri, Respondent, v. Scott Mclaughlin, Appellant Appeal From: Lincoln County Circuit Court, Judge David H. Ash Handdown Date: 12/30/2008 Opinion Author: Judge Patricia L. Cohen Opinion Vote: Judges Odenwald and Norton concur   Introduction Scott ...

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