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We don't yet have enough information to say whether this is hearsay or whether it is admissible. Even among lawyers, a hearsay analysis is tricky, so I'm not surprised you're getting such loopy and inconsistent answers here. A proper hearsay analysis moves in three steps: Step 1: Is it an out-of-court statement offered to prove the truth of the matter ...


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First, the question wouldn't likely be phrased in this way during Direct Examination for an entirely different objectional reason (leading the witness. Unless the attorney has requested and recieved permission from the judge, to treat the witness as hostile, they cannot ask questions with a yes-or-no answer. On Cross, the witness is always assumed to be ...


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Generally speaking, the remedy if the county of residence was misstated would be a motion for change of venue, rather than dismissal or any other sanction. And, if a motion for change of venue was not filed, any objection to venue would be deemed waived. Lack of residence in a state might impair one's legal rights, but it is hard to see how misstating for ...


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Misstating the truth is not perjury Perjury is deliberately lying under oath to gain a material advantage. For the situation you describe: You might be wrong and they actually do live where they say they do they might be wring and they genuinely think they live where they say they do, being wrong is not perjury it’s unlikely to administrate info in the ...


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Yes The directors of a company have a fiduciary duty to act within the law for the benefit of their shareholders - not to their customers, not to the government, not to the environment and not to the public. A lawsuit against the company will incur financial loss irrespective of if it is won or lost. It is difficult to see how it is in the shareholder's ...


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Yes. The formation of a labor union -- or virtually any other group -- is permitted by the First Amendment, which protects your right to associate with other people and your right "peaceably to assemble." As a group of volunteers, there would likely be meaningful barriers to its recognition for the purposes of enforcement of collective-bargaining laws. In ...


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