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MILITARY RULE OF EVIDENCE 803 - COMMON HEARSAY EXCEPTIONS

803 (1) - Present sense impression
803 (2) - Excited utterance
​803 (3) - Then existing mental, emotion, or physical condition
803 (4) - Statements for purposes of medical diagnosis or treatment
​803 (5) - Recorded recollection
​803 (6) - Record of regularly conducted activity
​803 (7) - Absence or records kept in accordance with 803 (6)
803 (8) - Public records and reports
​803 (9) - Records of vital statistics
​803 (10) - Absence of public record or entry
​803 (11) - Records of religious organizations; marriage, baptismal, and similar certificates; family records
803 (12) - Records of documents affecting an interest in property; statements in documents affecting an interest in property; statements in ancient documents
​803 (13) - Market reports, commercial publications
803 (14) - Learned treatises
​803 (15) - Reputation concerning personal or family history; reputation concerning boundaries or general history
​803 (16) - Reputation as to character
803 (17) - Judgement of previous conviction
​803 (18) - Judgement as to personal, family, or general history, or boundaries
​803 (19) - Other exceptions

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