CORE CRIMINAL LAW SUBJECTS: Evidence: Judicial Notice

2005

 

United States v. Erickson, 61 M.J. 230 (this Court takes judicial notice of the fact that a number of states have recognized the harmful effects of the inhalation of nitrous oxide by criminalizing it).

 

2001

United States v. Green, 55 MJ 76 (if expert testimony has an established scientific, technical, legal, judicial, or evidentiary foundation regarding reliability and relevance, it may be appropriate to take judicial notice under Mil. R. Evid. 201 without further litigation).

2000


United States v. Ayers, 54 MJ 85 (a general regulation is a proper subject of judicial notice).


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