People v T
NY Slip Op 02442
The issue addressed here is whether a part of witness testimony was properly admitted as past recollection recorded, to supplement trial testimony. This court held that the trial court made a proper determination in admitting grand jury testimony, as part of past recollection recorded, which was the proper foundation receipt of evidence. Additionally, because the statement was made out of court and the witness was at the trial, the 6th Amendment right to confrontation wasn’t violated.