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United States v. Jackson
United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
88 F.3d 845 (1996)
A victim’s car and money were stolen, and Kenneth Jackson (defendant) was charged with the theft. The car was recovered, and a pager was found inside. When a police officer called the number displayed on the pager, a voice on the other end of the call said, “Is this Kenny?” At trial, the prosecution introduced the question into evidence, over Jackson’s objection. Jackson was convicted. Jackson appealed, arguing that the question was inadmissible hearsay.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (McKay, J.)
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