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Baker v. Elcona Homes Corp.

U.S.
Apr 30, 1979
441 U.S. 933 (1979)

Summary

holding in an automobile accident case that "factual findings admissible under Rule 803(C) may be those which are made by the preparer of the report from disputed evidence"

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Opinion

No. 78-1456.

April 30, 1979.


ORDERS

C.A. 6th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 588 F. 2d 551.


Summaries of

Baker v. Elcona Homes Corp.

U.S.
Apr 30, 1979
441 U.S. 933 (1979)

holding in an automobile accident case that "factual findings admissible under Rule 803(C) may be those which are made by the preparer of the report from disputed evidence"

Summary of this case from Rhodes v. Curtis

holding in an automobile accident case that "factual findings admissible under Rule 803(C) may be those which are made by the preparer of the report from disputed evidence"

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identifying evaluative factors

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Turning aside a constitutional attack on RICO because of the manner in which the statute specifically and unambiguously defines a "pattern of racketeering activity".

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Case details for

Baker v. Elcona Homes Corp.

Case Details

Full title:BAKER ET AL. v. ELCONA HOMES CORP. ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Apr 30, 1979

Citations

441 U.S. 933 (1979)

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