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Rule 804. Hearsay Exceptions-Declarant Unavailable.

But the Senate Committee concluded with a statement indicating it did not completely disagree with the goals of the House Committee:

EDITOR'S NOTE: Section 3, Chapter 67, Session Laws of Alaska 1982, provides that "AS 12.45.047 added by sec. 2 of this Act [Chapter 67, Session Laws of Alaska, 1982] has the effect of changing Rule 804, Rules of Evidence, by adding the videotaped evidence of a young victim of a violation of AS 11.41.410 - 11.41.455 to the list of exceptions to the hearsay rule."


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