Evidence Code section 352 – excluding evidence

Jay Leiderman
By: Jay Leiderman
May 15 2016

THE TRIAL COURT MUST EXCLUDE EVIDENCE THAT INVOLVES COLLATERAL MATTERS AND WOULD RESULT IN UNDUE CONSUMPTION OF TIME AND CONFUSION OF THE ISSUES, Evidence Code section 352

 

A trial court also has broad discretion under Evidence Code section 352 to exclude evidence that would result in undue consumption of time or confusion of the issues at trial. (People v. Wheeler supra. at 296, 297.)  Therefore, the defendant asks the court to use its discretion to exclude evidence that confuses the issues at trial or consumes undue amounts of time.

 

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