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In litigation over whether Rally conveyed “Quik Snacks”, a Convenient Store, to his daughter Tania, Tania wishes to offer into evidence a tape recording of Rally made by Hani, his brother. The voice on the tape is discussing “Quik Snacks” and other property owned by Rally. Tania wishes to have Hani testify that the voice on the tape is Rally’s.
Should the Court allow Hani to testify? Why or why not?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
Plaintiff Bobby Rocket, a ten-year-old boy, suffered partial paralysis as a result of being hit by a car driven by defendant, a drunken 17-year-old. Bobby’s father commenced an action on his own behalf to recover for his expenses, and on behalf of his son to recover for pain and suffering.
At trial, plaintiff’s attorney called the only witness to the accident, Johnny Sklar, now aged six, who was only four years old at the time of the accident.
How should the court rule on the competency of Johnny as a witness?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.