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Rules of Evidence Advisory Committee
Also known as:
Minnesota Supreme Court Rules of Evidence Advisory Committee
Advisory Committee on Uniform Rules of Evidence
Active dates:1974 -
Function: The supreme court may promulgate rules of evidence regulating all evidentiary matters in civil and criminal actions in all courts of the state. Before any such rules are adopted the supreme court shall appoint an advisory committee consisting of eight lawyers licensed to practice law in the state and at least two judges of the district court to assist the court in considering and preparing such rules.
Before any such rule is adopted, the supreme court shall distribute copies of the proposed rule to the judiciary and attorneys of the state for their consideration and suggestions and give due consideration to such suggestions as they may submit to the court.
The Supreme Court shall appoint committee members, consisting of eight lawyers licensed to practice law in the state and at least two judges of the district court.
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