Published December 1998
by Anderson Publishing Company (OH) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
: Courtroom Handbook of Minnesota Evidence, ed. (Vol. 11A, Minnesota Practice Series) (): David Herr, Peter Thompson: Books5/5(1). Title Courtroom handbook of Minnesota evidence--Minnesota practice series. Added Author Thompson, Peter N., author. Herr, David F., author. Uniform Title WESTLAW (Information retrieval system) Description 1 online resource. Frequency Updated periodically. Series. evidence. If the Court excludes evidence, an offer of proof must be made to preserve the issue for review unless the substance of the evidence is apparent from its context. See Auger v. Rofshus, Minn. 87, 91, N.W.2d , (); Wozniak v. Luta, Minn. , , N.W.2d , (); Minn. R. The procedure for handling dangerous and hazardous evidence in the courtroom itself is left to the trial court’s discretion. When hazardous exhibits, typically guns, ammunition, explosives, and controlled substances, are used, the physical evidence must still enter the courtroom and be properly identified and marked; however, it may then be.
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2) Young Child: Barring a child from the courtroom falls within the authority of the trial court “to exclude children when the subject matter is deemed unsuitable for children. The court’s overriding concern to protect the child justified the narrowly tailored eviction of the child.” State v. Infante, WL , (). Ask A Librarian. 25 Minnesota Judicial Center 25 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Saint Paul, MN Open: am - pm, M-F. This manual offers judges and practitioners many trial-tested features that not only provide fast, accurate information for evidentiary questions, but also guide the user to the underlying. A courtroom closure can be “so trivial” that it does not implicate the right to a public trial. A proper record must be made. See Rule of Crim. Pro. subd 6; State v. Trautman, A () courtroom closed while Court individually questioned jurors regarding exposure to potentially prejudicial material during trial.