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Rule 801 subsection d-1
A statement is not hearsay if the declarant testifies and is subject to cross-examination about the statement.
Rule 801 subsection d-2
A statement is not hearsay if it is an admission by the party-opponent. (Danny)
Rule 803 subsection 1
A statement is not hearsay even though the declarant is available as a witness if it describes/explains a condition/event made while the declarant perceived the condition/event, or immediately after.
Rule 803 subsection 2
A statement is not hearsay even though the declarant is available as a witness if it is an excited utterance- relates to a startling event/condition, made while declarant was under stress of excitement caused by event/condition.
Rule 803 subsection 6
A statement is not hearsay even if the witness is available to testify if it is a record of regularly conducted activity.
Rule 803 subsection 21
A statement is not hearsay even if the witness is available to testify if it goes to the reputation of a person's character among associates/community.
Rule 804 subsection a-4
A statement is not hearsay if the declarant is unavailable due to death or existing physical/mental illness.
Rule 901 subsection a
The requirement of authentication/identification is satisfied by evidence sufficient to support the witness' claims.
Rule 901 subsection b-1
The requirement of authentication/identification is satisfied by testimony of a witness with knowledge.
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