The following definitions apply under this article:
Alaska R. Evid. 801
Note: Chapter 64, section 59, SLA 2005 (HB 53) amended Evidence Rule 801 as reflected in section 13 of this Order. The change to Evidence Rule 801 is adopted for the sole reason that the legislature has mandated the amendment.
Note: Chapter 62, SLA 2014 (HB 250), effective October 6, 2014, enacted various changes, including a new sectionrestricting the evidence that is admissible in medical malpractice actions. According to section 2 of the Act, , enacted by section 1 of the Act, has the effect of amending Evidence Rule 801 by prohibiting the admission of an offer of correction, remediation, or settlement, by a health care provider in a medical malpractice cause of action.