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The Residual Hearsay Exceptions: Maryland's Lukewarm Welcome
University of Baltimore Law Review
  • Howard S. Chasanow, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
  • José F. Anderson, University of Baltimore School of Law
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On July 1, 1994 Maryland codified its rules of evidence, bringing them into accord with the substance of the Federal Rules of Evidence. In doing so, Maryland followed the trend set by thirty-seven other states. The codified evidence rules, known collectively as Title 5 of the Maryland Rules, were made applicable to "all actions and proceedings in the courts of this State," with some exceptions.

Citation Information
Howard S. Chasanow and José F. Anderson. "The Residual Hearsay Exceptions: Maryland's Lukewarm Welcome" (1994)
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