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John Henry Wigmore
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J Mansfield Rules for Views
18
Springer v Chicago Illinois 1891
19
RULES EXCLUDING CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE Topic 1 Moral Character as Evidence SUBTOPIC A ACCUSEDS CHARACTER AS EVIDE...
23
Cancemi v People New York 1858
24
State v Surry Washington 1900
26
Regina v Rowton England 1865
27
State v Lapage New Hampshire 1876
29
William Trickett CharacterEvidence in Criminal Cases
30
SUBTOPIC B CHARACTER AS EVIDENCE OF AN ACT IN OTHER CASES 16 Ruan v Perry New York 1805
31
Gough v St John New York 1837
33
Tenney r Tuttle Massachusetts 1861
34
Fonda v St Paul C R Co Minnesota 1898
35
Hein v Holdridge Minnesota 1900
37
McClure v State Banking Co Georgia 1909
40
The Queen v Ryan England 1846
41
Franklin v State Alabama 1856
42
Williams v Fambro Georgia 1860
44
State v Kennade Missouri 1894
46
People v Lamar California 1906
47
CHARACTER AS AN ISSUE IN CIVIL CASES
48
Alexander Davisons Trial England 1808
54
The Lebaudy Case France 1896
60
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72
CONDUCT AS EVIDENCE OF CHARACTER IN OTHER CASES
85
Specific Events or Acts as Evidence of a Condition or Cause etc in External Inanimate Nature PAGE 65 Collins v Dorchester Massachusetts 1850
117
Darling r Westmoreland New Hampshire 1872
118
Morse r Minneapolis St L R Co Minnesota 1883
121
Matter of Thompson New York 1891
123
Bemis v Temple Massachusetts 1894
126
Central Vermont R Co v Soper Federal 1894
129
Fishman v Consumers Brewing Co New Jersey 1909
131
Alcott v Public Service Corp New Jersey 1909
133
RULES EXCLUDING TESTIMONIAL EVIDENCE Topic 1 Rules Defining Qualifications of Witnesses 75 Simon Greenleaf Evidence
137
SUBTOPIC A MENTAL AND MORAL INCAPACITY 78 Simon Greenleaf Evidence
142
Worthington v Mercer Alabama 1892
144
Hughes v Detroit G H M R Co Michigan 1887
145
Chief Baron Gilbert Evidence
146
Simon Greenleaf Evidence 146 87 Simon Greenleaf Evidence 88 Sims o Sims New York 1878
147
Statutes
149
SUBTOPIC B EMOTIONAL INCAPACITY 1 Interest in Litigation 91 Sir Edward Coke Commentary upon Littleton
150
Statutes
151
St John v Lofland North Dakota 1895
154
Ross v Demoss Illinois 1867
157
Anon The Attorney as a Witness
158
2 Marital Relationship 98 Sir Edward Coke Commentary upon Littleton
159
William Mary College v Powell Virginia 1855
161
Statutes
165
Vander Donckt v Thellusson England 1849
166
Jones o Tucker New Hampshire 1860
168
Evans v People Michigan 1858
170
Siebert v People Illinois 1892
173
PERCEPTION OBSERVATION KNOWLEDGE 1 In General 108 John Ayliffe Parergon
174
Bushells Case England 1670
175
R v Dewhurst England 1820
176
State v Flanders New Hampshire 1859
177
Perry v Burton Illinois 1884
179
Killen v Lides Admr Alabama 1880
180
Pittsburgh V C R Co v Vance Pennsylvania 1886
182
State v Lytle North Carolina 1895
184
Grayson v Lynch Federal 1895
185
2 Handwriting 121 Lord Ferrers v Shirley England 1731
186
Eagleton v Kingston England 1803
187
Rowts Admx v Kiles Admr Virginia 1829
188
State v Greene North Carolina 1910
189
SUBTOPIC E MEMORY RECOLLECTION 126 Scroops Trial England 1660
190
Sir J Freinds Trial England 1696
191
1 Present Recollection Revived 132 Henry v Lee England 1810
192
Huff v Bennett New York 1852
193
2 Past Recollection Recorded 135 Talbot v Cusack Ireland 1864
194
Burrough v Martin England 1809
196
Acklens Exr v Hickman Alabama 1879
198
Norwalk v Ireland Connecticut 1896
200
SUBTOPIC F NARRATION
211
James Ram Facts 146 Nicholls v Dowding England 1815
212
2 Opinion
231
History a The Opinion Rule in General
232
New England Glass Co v Lovell Massachusetts 1851
234
Hardy v Merrill New Hampshire 1875
249
b Opinion to Character 170 Layers Trial England 1722
255
Regina v Rowton England 1865
256
John H Wigmore Note on R v Rowton
259
Sir J F Stephen Note on R v Rowton 176 Hamilton v People Michigan 1874
260
Doe dem Mudd v Suckermore England 1836
269
Morrison o Porter Minnesota 1886
275
University of Illinois v Spalding New Hampshire 1900
277
Statutes
281
Hoag v Wright New York 1903
282
MNaghtens Case England 1843
284
Bellefontaine Ind R Co v Bailey Ohio 1860
285
People v McElvaine New York 1890
286
People v Faber New York 1910
289
Rules Limiting Impeachment of Witnesses SUBTOPIC A GENERAL CHARACTER TRAITS 196 Lord Chancellor Macclesfields Trial England 1725
292
State v Randolph Connecticut 1856
293
Calhoon v Com Kentucky 1901
294
State v Beckner Missouri 1905
295
Alleman v Stepp Iowa 1879
299
SUBTOPIC B SPECIFIC CONDUCT 202 Rookwoods Trial England 1696
301
Watsons Trial England 1817
302
People v Jackson New York 1857
303
Lord Castlemaines Trial England 1680
305
Statutes
306
Oxier v United States Indian Territory 1896
309
Buel v State Wisconsin 1899
310
People v Crandall California 1899
312
State o Greenburg Kansas 1898
315
Sir J F Stephen History of the Criminal Law Digest of the Law of Evidence
318
Earl of Castlemaines Trial England 1680
319
Chicago City R Co v Allen Illinois 1897
323
Hoag v Wright New York 1903
325
Lambert v Hamlin New Hampshire 1905
328
Simms v Forbes Mississippi 1905
330
The Queens Case England 1820
331
Downer o Dana Vermont 1847
332
Unis o Charltons Admr Virginia 1855
335
Adams v Herald Pub Co Connecticut 1909
336
WHO MAY BE IMPEACHED 228 History
338
Buller J Trials at Nisi Prius
339
Selover o Bryant Minnesota 1893
341
Statutes
345
Sturgis v State Oklahoma 1909
347
Johnston o Marriage Kansas 1906
352
Koester o Rochester Candy Works New York 1909
353
John H Wigmore A Treatise on Evidence
355
Rules Limiting Corroboration of Witnesses 240 Bate o Hill England 1823
356
Tedens o Schumers Illinois 1884
357
Gertz v Fitchburg R Co Massachusetts 1884
359
Knoxs and Lanes Trial England 1679
360
Chief Baron Gilbert Evidence
361
State v Parish North Carolina 1878
363
Hewitt v Corey Massachusetts 1890
365
Rules Excluding Partys Admissions and Confessions SUBTOPIC A IN GENERAL 250 Theory
367
Corser v Paul New Hampshire 1860
370
Wm Trickett CharacterEvidence in Criminal Cases 255 255 255
372
256
375
Franklin Bank v Penn D M Steam Nav Co Maryland 1839
380
Ashmore v Pennsylvania S T T Co New Jersey 1875
382
260
384
State o Walker Iowa 1904
387
Piedmont Savings Bank v Levy North Carolina 1905
391
Roe dem Haldane Urry v Harvey England 1769
394
Morse r Minneapolis St L R Co Minnesota 1883
397
Brock v State Alabama 1898
398
Stevens v Boston Elevated Ry Co Massachusetts 1904
402
Rhea o Territory Oklahoma 1909
405
Mattocks v Lyman Vermont 1844
406
Commonwealth v Kenney Massachusetts 1847
408
Parulo v Phila Reading R Co Federal 1906
410
Wiedemann o Walpole England 1891
413
Rudd v Robinson New York 1891
416
History
418
Chesapeake O R Co v Deepwater R Co West Virginia 1905
419
Truby v Seybert Pennsylvania 1849
421
Dennie v Williams Massachusetts 1883
424
Boots v Canine Indiana 1883
426
Person v Bowe Minnesota 1900
430
SUBTOPIC E CONFESSIONS 288 History
431
Warickshalls Case England 1783
434
Bram v United States Federal Supreme Court 1897
436
Commonwealth v Cressinger Pennsylvania 1899
443
263
446
Ammons v State Mississippi 1902
447
State v Finch Kansas 1905
449
State v Campbell Kansas 1906
451
PREFERENTIAL RULES 296 Introductory
453
RULE OF PREFERENCE FOR DOCUMENTARY ORIGINALS 298 History
455
Francis Francias Trial England 1717
456
The Rule Itself 302 Dr Leyfields Case England 1611
457
Read r Brookman England 1789
458
Bagley o McMickle California 1858
460
Prussing v Jackson Illinois 1904
464
AttorneyGeneral v Le Merchant England 1772
467
Lawrence v Clark England 1845
468
United States v Doebler Federal 1832
471
Eure o Pittman North Carolina 1824
472
Bowden v Achor Georgia 1894
475
Shea o Sewerage W Board Louisiana 1909
476
Chief Baron Gilbert Evidence
478
Hennell r Lyon England 1817
479
Clement v Graham Vermont 1905
480
Lynch v Clerke England 1696
483
Commonwealth v Emery Massachusetts 1854
486
Statutes
487
Carpenter v Dressler Arkansas 1905
490
Philipson v Chase England 1809
492
Rex o Watson England 1817
493
AnheuserBusch Brewing Assn v Hutmacher Illinois 1889
494
Peaks v Cobb Massachusetts 1906
496
International Harvester Co v Elfstrom Minnesota 1907
497
Cole o Gibson England 1750
499
Lamb v Moberly Kentucky 1826
500
Massey v Bank Illinois 1885
501
Minnesota Debenture Co v Johnson Minnesota 1906
503
Slatterie v Pooley England 1840
505
Lawless o Queale Ireland 1845
506
Minnesota Debenture Co v Johnson Minnesota 1906
507
Henry Brougham Speech on the Courts of Common Law
508
The Charles Morgan Federal Supreme Court 1884
509
Doe dem Gilbert o Ross England 1840
511
Harvey o Thorpe Alabama 1856
512
State o Lynde Maine 1885
513
State o Knowles Maine 1904
514
Statutes
516
RULES OF PREFERENCE AS BETWEEN DIFFERENT KINDS OF WITNESSES Topic 1 Rule Preferring the Attesting Witness 351 History
519
Statutes 353 Bootle v Blundell England 1815
521
Holmes v Holloman Missouri 1849
526
Gillis v Gillis Georgia 1895
529
More v More Illinois 1904
531
Statutes 519 521 521 524 526 529 531 534 Topic 2 Rules of Preference for Sundry Kinds of Witnesses 359 United States v Gibert Federal 1834
534
Regina v Christopher England 1850
536
THE HEARSAY RULE ITSELF Topic 1 Theory and History of the Hearsay Rule 364 Introductory
542
History 542
548
Modes of Satisfying the Rule of CrossExamination 368 Cazenove v Vaughan England 1813
550
Statutes
553
Evans o Rothschild Kansas 1895
557
Ansonia v Cooper Connecticut 1895
561
Modes of Satisfying the Rule of Confrontation 373 Introductory
562
Statutes
563
Greenlee v Mosnat Iowa 1907
564
Montgomery v State Indiana 1881
584
Statements of Facts against Interest 385 Middleton o Melton England 1829
587
Smith v Moore North Carolina 1906
590
386a Donnelly v United States Federal Supreme Court 1913
593
Statements about Family History 387 Vowles r Young England 1806
596
Johnson o Lawson England 1824
598
Hartmans Estate California 1910
600
Regular Entries 391 History
603
SUBTOPIC A Partys Books OF ACCOUNT 392 Eastman v Moulton New Hampshire 1825
605
Statutes
607
Conklin o Stamler New York 1857
608
House o Beak Illinois 1892
610
Lewis v England Wyoming 1905
613
SUBTOPIC B THIRD PERSONS ENTRIES 397 Price v Earl of Torrington England 1703
616
Delaney v Framingham Gas F P Co Massachusetts 1909
618
Louisville N R Co v Daniel Kentucky 1906
620
Coolidge v Taylor Vermont 1911
624
Statements by Deceased Persons in General 402 Sugden v St Leonards England 1876
626
Reputation 407 Badger v Badger New York 1882
627
Bland v Beasley North Carolina 1906
630
Bucklin r State Ohio 1851
633
Atlantic Birmingham R Co v Reynolds Georgia 1903
634
Official Statements 412 Introductory
636
Rex v Aickles England 1785
637
Kennedy r Doyle Massachusetts 1865
639
Statutes
642
SUBTOPIC B REPORTS AND RETURNS
648
CERTIFICATES
655
United States v Percheman Federal Supreme Court 1833
664
Hughes v Chicago St P M Omaha R Co Wisconsin 1904
669
Webb v Richardson Vermont 1869
700
State v Fox New Jersey 1856
702
State Bank v Hutchinson Kansas 1900
703
Piedmont Savings Bank v Levy North Carolina 1905
704
PROPHYLACTIC RULES 472 Introductory
708
Joseph Chitty The Practice of the Law
709
Omichund o Barker England 1744
711
Miller v Salomons England 1852
713
Charles Dickens Bleak House
714
Statutes
718
Hronek v People Illinois 1890
719
SEQUESTRATION OF WITNESSES 486 The History of Susanna
722
Golden o State Arkansas 1858
723
Laughlin v State Ohio 1849
724
DISCOVERY BEFORE TRIAL 492 History
726
Testimony SUBTOPIC A CRIMINAL CASES 493 Stephen Colledges Trial England 1681
727
Sir James Stephen History of the Criminal Law
730
State v Myers Missouri 1906
731
SUBTOPIC B CIVIL Cases 497 Sir James Wigram Discovery
734
Statutes
735
Ex parte Schoepf Ohio 1906
736
500a Meier v Paulus Wisconsin 1887
741
Common Law Practice Commissioners Report England 1831
744
SYNTHETIC RULES
753
Indianapolis Street R Co v Johnson Indiana 1904
759
VERBAL COMPLETENESS
768
Stamper v Griffin Georgia 1856
787
Authentication by Age 544 Middleton o Mass South Carolina 1819
788
McGuire v Blount United States 1905
790
Authentication by Contents 516 International Harvester Co v Campbell Texas 1906
791
Barham v Bank of Delight Arkansas 1910
793
Barrett v Magner Minnesota 1908
796
Authentication by Official Custody 550 Adamthwaite v Synge England 1816
799
Chief Baron Gilbert Evidence
801
Church v Hubbart Federal Supreme Court 1804
802
Waldron v Turpin Louisiana 1840
804
Statutes
805
Commonwealth v Phillips Massachusetts 1831
806
Willock v Wilson Massachusetts 1901
808
563
811
RULES OF EXTRINSIC POLICY 565 Introductory
813
RULES OF CONDITIONAL EXCLUSION PRIVILEGE 568 History
818
Introductory
822
VIATORIAL PRIVILEGE 570 Braddons Trial En nd 1684
823
West o State Wisconsin 1853
824
People v Davis New York 1836
826
Statutes
827
Dixon o People Illinois 1897
828
In re Shaw Federal 1909
832
PRIVILEGED TOPICS 576 Doe v Date England 1842
835
Great Western Turnpike Co v Loomis New York 1865
836
Privilege for PartyOpponent in Civil Cases 578 History
837
Statutes
838
Privilege for AntiMarital Facts 583 Sir Edward Coke Commentary upon Littleton
840
Rex v All Saints England 1817
841
State v Briggs Rhode Island 1869
843
Caldwell v Stuart South Carolina 1832
844
Rhea v Territory Oklahoma 1909
848
Statutes
852
Statutes
857
Aaron Burrs Trial Federal 1807
858
Ward v State Missouri 1829
859
State o Flynn New Hampshire 1858
861
United States v Cross District of Columbia 1892
863
Downs v Swann Maryland 1909
864
Holt v United States Federal Supreme Court 1910
865
Hale v Henkel Federal Supreme Court 1906
868
John H Wigmore Note on Hale v Henkel
873
564
875
571
876
Regina v Garbett England 1847
877
State v Thaden Minnesota 1890
879
People v Tyler California 1869
881
Commonwealth o Webster Massachusetts 1850
882
Brock v State Alabama 1898
883
Arthur C Train The Prisoner at the Bar
886
WAIVER OF THE PRIVILEGE PAGE 618 East India Co v Atkins England 1719
887
REMOVAL OF THE PRIVILEGE BY GRANT OF IMMUNITY 621 Counselman v Hitchcock Federal Supreme Court 1892
889
Brown v Walker Federal Supreme Court 1896
892
Hale v Henkel Federal Supreme Court 1906
896
Heike v United States Federal Supreme Court 1912
902
Sir J F Stephen History of the Criminal Law
906
Committee on Trial Procedure Institute of Criminal Law and Crim inology
907
Arthur C Train The Prisoner at the Bar
908
John H Wigmore A Treatise on Evidence
909
PRIVILEGED RELATIONS 633 Introductory
912
Greenough o Gaskell England 1833
913
Craig dem Annesley v Anglesea England 1743
914
Hatton o Robinson Massachusetts 1833
918
Barnes v Harris Massachusetts 1851
920
Mitchells Case New York 1861
921
Skinner v Great Northern R Co England 1874
925
Ex parte Schoepf Ohio 1906
928
Champion v McCarthy Illinois 1907
930
In re Cunnions Will New York 1911
932
Husband and Wife 648 Introductory
936
Mercer v State Florida 1898
937
Sexton o Sexton Iowa 1905
939
Jurors 652 Earl of Shaftesburys Trial England 1681
944
Phillips v Marblehead Massachusetts 1889
945
Thomas Hardys Trial England 1794
950
Hennessy v Wright England 1888
956
BOOK II
963
Ball v United States Federal 1906
970
Parnell Commissions Proceedings England 1888
976
The Objection
983
Albers Commission Co v Sessel Illinois 1901
985
691 Rush v French Arizona 1874
987
Rindskoff r Malone Iowa 1859
988
Tooley v Bacon New York 1877
990
Wolverton v Commonwealth Pennsylvania 1821
991
Spencer v Potters Estate Vermont 1911
994
The Ruling 697 Hamblett v Hamblett New Hampshire 1833
996
State v Moran Iowa 1906
998
Gulliford v McQuillen Kansas 1907
999
John H Wigmore A Treatise on Evidence
1000
De Camp v Archibald Ohio 1893
1003
Ex parte Jennings Ohio 1899
1007
Ex parte Schoepf Ohio 1906
1008
The Exception 707 Wright v Sharp England 1709
1009
Hunnicutt v Peyton Federal Supreme Court 1880
1010
Griffin o Henderson Georgia 1903
1011
John H Wigmore A Treatise on Evidence 984
1013
State v Crawford Minnesota 1905
1014
ORDER OF INTRODUCING EVIDENCE Topic 1 In General 714 Lord Lovats Trial England 1746
1019
Mueller v Rebhan Illinois 1879
1020
Ankersmit v Tuck New York 1889
1021
Moody v Rowell Massachusetts 1835
1023
Stafford v Fargo Illinois 1864
1024
New York Iron Mine v Negaunee Bank Michigan 1878
1025
Rush v French Arizona 1874
1027
Ayers v Wabash R Co Missouri 1905
1028
RULES OF EVIDENCE IN THE FEDERAL COURTS 727 Introductory John H Wigmore A Treatise on Evidence
1032
Wilson v New England Navig Co United States 1912
1033
TO WHOM EVIDENCE IS TO BE PRESENTED LAW AND FACT JUDGE AND JURY PAGE 730 James Bradley Thayer A Preliminary Treatise on...
1038
Commonwealth v Porter Massachusetts 1846
1039
State v Gannon Connecticut 1902
1044
Oates Trial England 1685
1045
State v Moses North Carolina 1830
1046
James Bradley Thayer A Preliminary Treatise on Evidence
1049
Bartlett v Smith England 1843
1050
Hutchison v Bowker England 1839
1052
Hooper v Moore North Carolina 1857
1054
State v Monich New Jersey 1906
1056
Bridges v North London R Co England 1874
1058
James Bradley Thayer A Preliminary Treatise on Evidence
1062
BOOK IV
1064
MEASURE OF JURYS PERSUASION 746 Commonwealth v Webster Massachusetts 1850
1072
Buel v State Wisconsin 1899
1075
William Trickett Preponderance of Evidence and Reasonable Doubt
1076
PARTYS RISK OF NONPERSUASION OF THE JURY 751 Kendall r Brownson New Hampshire 1866
1081
Lisbon v Lyman New Hampshire 1870
1084
Gulf Colo S F R Co v Shieder Texas 1895
1089
State v Quigley Rhode Island 1904
1092
Ginn v Dolan Ohio 1909
1095
PARTYS DUTY OF SATISFYING THE JUDGE Topic 1 Sufficiency of a Mass of Evidence 757 Rex v Almon England 1771
1099
Bridges v North London R Co England 1874
1104
State v Forbes New Hampshire 1909
1106
Specific Presumptions 765 Cogdell c R Co North Carolina 1903
1111
State o Hodge New Hampshire 1869
1112
Ross v Cotton Mills North Carolina 1905
1116
Continental Ins Co o Chicago N W R Co Minnesota 1906
1118
Foss v McRae Maine 1909
1121
Carver r Carver Indiana 1884
1123
BOOK V
1124
State o Marx Connecticut 1905
1127
Carver v Carver Indiana 1884
1128
JUDICIAL NOTICE 782 Introductory
1133
Lumley v Gye England 1853
1134
Kilpatrick v Commonwealth Pennsylvania 1858
1135
State v Main Connecticut 1897
1137
Winn v Coggins Florida 1907
1139
Rea v State Oklahoma 1909
1140
Perovich v Perry Federal 1909
1141
People o Schmitz California 1908
1142
Letters on the Case of People v Schmitz
1144
BOOK VI
1150
ENACTION OF A LEGAL ACT 796 History
1153
ACT VOID FOR INCOMPLETENESS 798 Thoroughgoods Case England 1601
1154
Burke v Dulaney Federal Supreme Court 1894
1156
Stanley v White Illinois 1896
1158
Smith v Dotterweich New York 1911
1161
ACT VOID FOR LACK OF INTENT 804 Thomas Erskine Holland Jurisprudence
1162
Foster v Mackinnon England 1869
1163
McNamara v Boston Elevated R Co Massachusetts 1908
1166
Gray v James North Carolina 1909
1169
Essex v Day Connecticut 1885
1171
Medley v German Alliance Ins Co West Virginia 1904
1176
Baxendale v Bennett England 1878
1183
Hubbard v Greeley Maine 1892
1186
A M Kidd Delivery in Escrow
1189
Louis M Greeley Unauthorized Delivery of Escrow
1190
Guardhouse v Blackburn England 1866
1191
Beamish v Beamish Ireland 1894
1194
ACT VOIDABLE 816 State v Cass New Jersey 1889
1196
Fairbanks v Snow Massachusetts 1887
1198
INTEGRATION OF LEGAL ACTS 820 History
1200
ORDINARY TRANSACTIONS Topic 1 In General 821 Lilly Practical Register
1203
Sundry Applications of the Rule 826 Ramsdell v Clark Montana 1897
1205
Baum v Lynn Mississippi 1895
1208
Lese v Lamprecht New York 1909
1211
Heitman v Commercial Bank of Savannah Georgia 1909
1214
Adams v Gillig New York 1910
1225
JUDICIAL RECORDS Topic 1 In General 832 Sir F Pollock and Frederic W Maitland History of English Law
1229
Sayles v Briggs Massachusetts 1842
1230
Hughes v Pritchard North Carolina 1910
1232
Jurys Verdict 837 Vaise v Delaval England 1785
1236
Wright v Telegraph Co Iowa 1866
1238
Capen v Stoughton Massachusetts 1860
1241
Koch o State Wisconsin 1906
1243
United States Bank v Dandridge Federal Supreme Court 1827
1247
Chesapeake Ohio R Co v Deepwater R Co W Va 1905
1252
FORMALITIES OF LEGAL ACTS 847 John H Wigmore A Treatise on Evidence
1260
INTERPRETATION OF LEGAL ACTS 818 Introductory
1261
STANDARD OF INTERPRETATION 850 History
1266
AttorneyGeneral v Shore England 1843
1267
Re Jodrell England 1890
1269
Tilton v American Bible Society New Hampshire 1880
1273
Myers v Sarl England 1860
1275
Browne v Byrne England 1854
1277
Stoops v Smith Massachusetts 1868
1279
Goode v Riley Massachusetts 1891
1282
Rickerson o Hartford Fire Ins Co New York 1896
1283
SOURCES FOR DETERMINING INTERPRETATION 862 History
1286
Sir James Wigram Interpretation of Wills
1287
The Lord Cheyneys Case England 1591
1288
Doe dem Simon Hiscocks v John Hiscocks England 1839
1292
Willard v Darrah Missouri 1902
1294
Sir J F Stephen Digest of the Law of Evidence
1297
A M Kidd Note on Doe v Hiscocks
1298
Falsa Demonstratio
1299
APPENDICES
1311
Noyes v Boston M R Co Massachusetts 1912
1315
c Opinion to Handwriting 179 Algernon Sidneys Trial England 1683
1318
Doe dem Perry r Newton England 1836
1320
EXCEPTIONS TO THE HEARSAY RULE 380 Introductory 578 Topic 1 Dying Declarations 381 Wright dem Clymer v Littler England 1761
1323
Delaney v Framingham Gas F P Co Massachusetts 1909 640
1324
Compulsory Completeness
1327
581
1329
Joliet Aurora N R Co v Velie Illinois 1892 1108
1334
Wilson v Betts New York 1847
1335
Cote v New England Navig Co Massachusetts 1912 1233
1336
APPENDIX II
1339
APPENDIX III
1357
Aiken v Kennison Vermont 1886
1363
LIST OF STATUTES REPRINTED
1371
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Halaman 668 - The records and judicial proceedings of the courts of any State or Territory, or of any such country, shall be proved or admitted in any other court within the United States, by the attestation of the clerk, and the seal of the court annexed, if there be a seal, together with a certificate of the judge, chief justice, or presiding magistrate, that the said attestation is in due form.
Halaman 312 - A witness may be impeached by the party against whom he was called, by contradictory evidence or by evidence that his general reputation for truth, honesty, or integrity is bad, but not by evidence of particular wrongful acts, except that it may be shown by the examination of the witness, or the record of the judgment, that he had been convicted of a felony.
Halaman 138 - That in actions by or against executors, administrators or guardians, in which judgment may be rendered for or against them, neither party shall be allowed to testify against the other, as to any transaction with, or statement by, the testator, intestate or ward, unless called to testify thereto by the opposite party, or required to testify thereto by the court.
Halaman 746 - States shall have power in the trial of actions at law, on motion and due notice thereof being given, to require the parties to produce books or writings in their possession or power, which contain evidence pertinent to the issue, in cases and under circumstances where they might be compelled to produce the same by the ordinary rules of proceeding in chancery...
Halaman 646 - And the said records and judicial proceedings, authenticated as aforesaid, shall have such faith and credit given to them in every court within the United States as they have by law or usage in the courts of the State from whence the said records are or shall be taken.
Halaman 308 - A person who has been convicted of a crime or misdemeanor is. notwithstanding, a competent witness in a civil or criminal action or special proceeding: but the conviction may be proved, for the purpose of affecting the weight of his testimony...
Halaman 543 - On the other side up rose Belial, in act more graceful and humane; A fairer person lost not Heaven; he seemed For dignity composed and high exploit: But all was false and hollow; though his tongue Dropt manna, and could make the worse appear The better reason, to perplex and dash Maturest counsels...
Halaman 570 - The testimony in equity cases shall be taken in like manner as in cases at law; and, except as herein otherwise provided, the Legislature shall have the same power to alter and regulate the jurisdiction and proceedings in law and in equity that it has heretofore exercised.
Halaman 138 - no person shall be disqualified as a witness, in any civil action or proceeding, by reason of his interest in the event of the same, as a party, or otherwise, or by reason of his conviction of a crime ; but, such interest or conviction may be shown for the purpose of affecting his credibility.
Halaman 138 - A husband cannot be examined for or against his wife, without her consent, nor a wife for or against her husband, without his consent; nor can either, during the marriage or afterwards, be, without the consent of the other, examined as to any communication made by one to the other, during the marriage; but this exception does not apply to a civil action or proceeding by one against the other, nor to a criminal action or proceeding for a crime committed by one against the other.

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