Joseph Nohavicka Featured on Cover of New York Law Journal
His article, titled, “Court of Appeals Reins in excited Utterance Exception — A Little”, was about explaining to a client the excited utterance exception to the hearsay rule that permits the statement of a person who cannot be cross-examined at trial is embarrassing, and for them, often frightening.
“The New York Court of Appeals, in People v. Cummings, has recently provided guidance as to just how far the excited utterance hearsay exception can go. The decision also provides helpful analysis on the application of the law-of-the-case doctrine regarding pre-trial evidentiary rulings.”
To read the rest of the article, see the New York Law Journal!