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Methods of Proving Character
Payment of Medical and Similar Expenses
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5th Cir accident action admissible under Rule admitted Advisory Committee agent alleged appeal apply assertion Author Commentary basis believe business records business records exception character evidence charged Circuit circumstances claim coconspirator common law concerning concluded condition conduct Confrontation Clause conspiracy corroboration counsel credibility crime cross-examination declarant declarant's declarations against interest defendant's determination district court documents dying declaration establish event evidentiary examination excited utterance excluded extrinsic offense fact factual Federal Rules Government hearsay exception hearsay rule hearsay statements impeachment inadmissible inconsistent inference intent interest introduce involved issue jury limited litigation memory motive negligence objection offered opinion out-of-court statements party plaintiff plea present present sense impression prior consistent statements prior conviction probative value problem proof proponent prosecution prove provides purpose question reasonable recollection relevant reliability reputation requirement result Rules of Evidence similar specific subsequent subsequent remedial measures substantially testified tion trial court trial judge trustworthiness truth unavailability United