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Rule 801(d)(1)(B) of the Federal Rules of Evidence


Provides that a prior statement made under oath and subject to cross-examination is not hearsay and is admissible if the declarant testifies, and the prior statement is both consistent with the declarant’s current testimony and offered to rebut a charge of recent fabrication or improper motive.

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