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Meaning of Non-hearsay
The term refers to the circumstance under which hearsay evidence is admissible mainly where it is offered not to prove the truth of the facts stated but to prove that the statement was in fact made. See state v Mitchell, 356 So.2d 974. Also see Hearsay.
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The term refers to the circumstance under which hearsay evidence is admissible mainly where it is offered not to prove [...]
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