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Unpublished Paper
Not for the Truth of the Matter: Defendant's Hearsay and the Necessity of Limiting Instructions in Psychological Defenses
(2013)
  • Brian A Ford
Abstract
This paper presents a thorough discussion of the use of a defendant's hearsay statements to a psychological expert as the basis of the expert's opinion at trial, under California Law.
Keywords
  • Evidence,
  • Psychological Defenses,
  • Criminal Law,
  • California
Publication Date
Spring May, 2013
Comments
This paper was written as an independent study paper under the supervision and guidance of Professor Robert Calhoun. All rights are retained by the author, and any unauthorized distribution for monetary gain is expressly disallowed.
Citation Information
Brian A Ford. "Not for the Truth of the Matter: Defendant's Hearsay and the Necessity of Limiting Instructions in Psychological Defenses" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/brian_ford/2/