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Admitting Evidence of Other Bad Acts in Cold Case Sexual Assaults

Introducing evidence to show that the defendant has previously been accused of some other crime, or "bad act," is often helpful to the prosecution’s case in a cold case sexual assault trial. This resource provides an overview and unique considerations of the Evidence Rule to admit evidence of other crimes, wrongs, or acts in cold case sexual assaults.

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