Admissions as an Exception to the Hearsay Rule, 30 Yale Law Journal 355 (1921)
Is an extra-judicial verbal admission by a party to an action receivable in evidence as an exception to the hearsay rule? That rule generally excludes extra-judicial statements when offered to prove the truth of the matter therein asserted. If admissions are received for any other purpose, or if they are received not as evidence, but as substitutes for proof, the query should be answered in the negative.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Morgan, Edward M., "Admissions as an Exception to the Hearsay Rule" (1921). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4018.