Myers explores hearsay exeptions by examining three exceptions: excited utterances, statements for purposes of diagnosis or treatment, and the residual hearsay exception. The focus is child declarants, and these exceptions play key roles in child abuse litigation.
John E. B. Myers et al.,
Hearsay Exceptions: Adjusting the Ratio of Intuition to Psychological Science,
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