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toonu2, you're talking of a hearsay exception. And yes, I was wrong, in that this *exception* might be allowed. But, it's still hearsay. But, it might be hearsay subject to an exception. I should have stated that hearsay can be accepted or rejected. Non-hearsay can be accepted or rejected. That's why so many of Mesereau's briefs complain of "hearsay not subject to any exception". Hearsay is just one of many reasons to reject evidence.