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Further Readings

Binder, David F. 2001. Hearsay Handbook. 4th ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West Group.

Cleary, Edward W., ed. 1999. McCormick on Evidence. 5th ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West Group.

Darden, Christopher, with Jess Walter. 1996. In Contempt. New York: HarperCollins.

Fenner, G. Michael. 2003. The Hearsay Rule. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press.

Friedman, Richard D. 1998. "Truth and Its Rivals in the Law of Hearsay and Confrontation." Hastings Law Journal 49 (March).

Kessel, Gordon Van. 1998. "Hearsay Hazards in the American Criminal Trial: An Adversary-Oriented Approach." Hastings Law Journal 49 (March).

Waltz, Jon R., and Roger C. Park. 1999. Evidence: Cases and Materials. 9th ed. New York: Foundation Press.

Ziemer, David. 2002. "Hearsay Statements Must Be Considered Individually." Wisconsin Law Journal (October 2).

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