Covers cases on witnesses in determining the competency of insane persons, on relevancy of facts of arrest in civil suits, on the plaintiff's criminal record and its admissibility to limit claims to damages for unemployment, on the competency of interested party witnesses and time when interest is to be determined, on the relevancy of the fact of no insurance (Campbell), on the admission of certified copies of foreign divorce decrees (Smith), on the liberal construction of the Uniform Business Records as Evidence Act, on the attorney-client privilege when communications are made in the presence of two or more interested persons, and on privileged communications between spouses (Brennan).
Sally Campbell, Joan Smith & Thomas J. Brennan,
Washington Case Law,
29 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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