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ground environment x north america crack As a general proposition, Comey’s notes are out-of-court statements; therefore, they would seem to fall under the hearsay ban. However, they might be admissible in a court of law, depending on how they are being used. For example, one of the exceptions to the hearsay ban is a rule that allows prior consistent statements to be used as evidence if the declarant has testified, is subject to cross-examination, and the statement is used to rebut “an express or implied charge that the declarant recently fabricated it.” If, for example, Comey were to testify in a federal court about President Trump’s alleged direction to curtail an investigation, and if the opposing party took the position that Comey made up that conversation after he was fired, he would be able to offer his prior consistent notes written before he was fired to rebut the charge that he fabricated the allegation.
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keygen para office 2010 home and student For this reason, I was not surprised that Comey had written memos of his meetings during the period in question. Whether those memos should be given much weight depends more on people’s perception of the credibility of the parties than on rules of evidence. If you think Comey is a liar, it is easy to conclude that the notes are not accurate. If you think President Trump is a liar, it’s much easier to view the notes as being accurate, contemporaneous records of what was said.
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