The Hearsay Rule

People always throw around the term "hearsay." But what, exactly, does it mean? Hearsay is a statement that’s made by someone out of court that's offered in court in order to prove the truth of the statement. Got it? Don't worry—our hearsay articles should give you a better grasp of this tricky evidence concept. (They'll also allow you to shout at the TV, "Hey, that's not hearsay!")


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