Darnton continues: But ordinary heresay
did not satisfy Parisians with a powerful appetite for information.
!" and the Wigged One will agree: sustained.
In addressing the problem, it is critical for the supervisor to get the facts straight, and in presenting the problem, it is important to rely on facts rather than opinions, "hunches," or heresay
or rumors as much as possible.
The appeal claimed (a) the death penalty violated the constitution, (b) a change of venue should have been granted, (c) the strategies of co-defendants made the trail unfair, (d) heresay
evidence should have been excluded, (e) inflammatory testimony by a victim's father should have been excluded, (f) the jury instructions were improper, and (g) the sentencing was disproportionate to the crime.
One method which the courts have carved out to address this problem is the "heresay
" rule, which allows certain records to be admitted as evidence.
When describing the incident, you should objectively state your observations and the reports of eyewitnesses, but you must beware of heresay
(which is not admissible in a court of law).