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1. Letter of September 29, 1971, to James E. Hough from Judge John A. Decker regarding Article II of the proposed rules of Evidence dealing with judicial notice. Accompanied by Article II

2. Rule 706 Court Appointed Experts and Rule 707 Reading of Report by Expert third revision prepared by John A. Decker

3. “Memorandum of Agreement made and entered into this 25th day of January … between Judicial Council … and Attorney John A. Fiorenza” to undertake “the research study and the drafting of a code of evidence”

4. Amended petition in the matter of the promulgation of Rules of Evidence for the State of Wisconsin, August Term 1972

5. Letter of August 16, 1972, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding first draft of Rules of Evidence rules 412 and 801-806. ; Accompanied by draft

6. Letter of August 31, 1972, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding sec. 908.03 Hearsay Exceptions: Availability Immaterial, 911.01 Applicability of Rules of Evidence, and 911.02 Title

7. Letter of September 1, 1972, to Members of the Judicial Council from Richard R. Malmgren

8. Article V

9. Letter of October 24, 1972, to Members of the Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren regarding final version of Chapter 905 Privileges of the Evidence Project

10. Letter of November 13, 1972, to Members of the Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

11. Letter of November 20, 1972, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker

12. Rules of Evidence for United States Courts and Magistrates; Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; Amendments to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure , 41, no. 19 The United States Law Week (1972)

13. Letter of November 22, 1972, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren

14. Letter of November 27, 1972, to Judge John A. Decker from Edward J. Reisner

15. Letter of November 28, 1972, to Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren newspaper articles concerning new Rules of Evidence for United States Courts. Accompanied by: ; Justices Ease Evidence Rules , Milwaukee Journal and New US Rules of Evidence Seek Uniformity in Justice , Milwaukee Journal

16. Press Release of December 4, 1972 regarding Judicial Council’s submission of Code of Evidence to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. ; Accompanied by State of Wisconsin Petition of the Judicial Council to the Supreme Court

17. Letter of December 11, 1972, to C. James Heft and Edward Reisner from Judge John A. Decker

18. Letter of December 21, 1972, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding law review articles for committee members

19. Order in the matter of the promulgation of the Rules of Evidence

20. Letter of January 2, 1973, to Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren regarding Supreme Court order concerning Rules of Evidence project

21. Letter of January 5, 1973, to Members of the Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

22. Letter of January 23, 1973, to Members of the Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

23. Letter of January 23, 1973 to Members of the Judicial Council and Evidence and Civil Rules Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

24. Congress Asked for 51 More Judgeships 5, no. 2 The Third Branch (1973)

25. Transcript of Proceedings Negligence Section State Bar of Wisconsin, February 15, 1973, Proposed Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

26. Letter of March 1, 1973, to Chief Justice E. Harold Hallows from James J. Vance regarding elimination of “deadman’s statute” in the rules of evidence

27. Letter of March 6, 1973, to Judge Mark J. Farnum from Reuben W. Peterson. ; Attached copy of March 5, 1973, letter to James J. Vance from Chief Justice E. Harold Hallows

28. Letter of March 7, 1973, to Richard R. Malgren from James A. Hanley regarding proposed Wisconsin Rules of Evidence Sec. 906.14, Calling and interrogation of witnesses by judge

29. Letter of March 8, 1973, to Judge John A. Decker and Richard Malmgren from W. Wade Boardman regarding proposed repeal of “deadman’s statute”, section 885.16

30. Letter of March 9, 1973, to Members of the Evidence Committee who appeared on the program at the rules of evidence seminar at lake lawn lodge from Richard R. Malmgren

31. Letter of March 12, 1973, to Judicial Council from Charles D. Madsen regarding code of evidence

32. Letter of March 12, 1973, to Judge John A. Decker from Kenneth T. McCormick regarding Sec. 908.03 (15), 908.03 (21), 908.04 (3), 908.04 (4), 908.04 (5) (1), and 908.03 (24) and 908.045 (6)

33. Letter of March 12, 1973, to Judicial Council from Charles D. Madsen

34. Letter of March 13, 1973, to Judge John A. Decker from Herbert Terwilliger regarding repeal of the “Deadman’s Statute”

35. Letter of March 13, 1973, to Judge John A. Decker from Judge Marvin C. Holz regarding privilege, records of regularly conducted activity, and sec. 907.06

36. House Holds Up Code of Evidence , New York Times, March 15, 1973

37. Letter of March 15, 1973, to Judge John A. Decker and Richard Malmgren from Q. H. Hale regarding “Deadman’s Statute”

38. March 18, 1973 newspaper article titled, Froehlich a Loner Against Court Bill

39. Letter of March 19, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Horace W. Wilkie regarding postponement of the rules of evidence

40. Letter of March 19, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding Evidence Committee not recommending adoption of the comment to the proposed rules by the Wisconsin Supreme Court

41. Letter of March 19, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Kenneth W. Graham, Jr. regarding Wisconsin considering adoption of the Federal Rules of Evidence. ; Accompanied by Letter of July 28, 1971, to Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Judicial Conference of the United States from Kenneth W. Graham, Jr.

42. Letter of March 26, 1973, to Justice Horace W. Wilkie from Judge John A. Decker

43. Letter of March 28, 1973, to Harrold J. McComas regarding repeal of the Deadman’s Statutes. Accompanied by letter of March 27, 1973 to Judge John A. Decker and Richard Malmgren from Harrold J. McComas

44. Letter of March 28, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding changes and revisions to the Proposed Rules of Evidence Comments

45. Letter of March 28, 1973, to Judge Mark J. Farnum from Justice Horace W. Wilkie

46. Letter of March 28, 1973, to Members of the Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren regarding redrafts of the Rules and Comments of the proposed Code of Evidence

47. Letter of April 2, 1973, to Judge Harvey L. Neelan from Richard R. Malmgren

48. Letter of April 2, 1973, to Justice Horace W. Wilkie from Judge Mark J. Farnum regarding “list of changes brought about by the rules”

49. Letter of April 3, 1973, to Richard R. Malgren from Judge Harold J. Wollenzien regarding Supreme Court hearing on proposed new Rules of Evidence

50. Letter of April 4, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Judge Mark J. Farnum regarding list of changes

51. Letter of April 4, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding modification to the Judicial Council Committee’s Note to sec. 908.03 (15)

52. Letter of April 6, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Judge Mark J. Farnum regarding sec. 903.01

53. Letter of April 9, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Roy T. Traynor

54. Pub. L. No. 93-12, 87 Stat. 9

55. Evidence Rules Postponed , American Bar Journal, 59 May, 1973

56. Letter of May 2, 1973, to Chief Justice E. Harold Hallows from Richard R. Malmgren

57. Letter of June 5, 1973, to Members of the Judicial Council and Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren. ; Accompanied by Wisconsin Supreme Court press release and the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

58. Letter of June 5, 1973, to All members of Judicial Council Committee on Evidence signed H. W. W. Associate Justice regarding Wisconsin Supreme Court adoption of Rules of Evidence

59. Justices Adopt Rules of Evidence, The Milwaukee Journal, June 6, 1973.

60. Letter of June 15, 1973, to Lillian Ebert from Arnold LeBell

61. Letter of June 28, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John C. Decker. Accompanied by: ; Letter of June 27, 1973, to Judge John C. Burke from Richard R. Malmgren and a letter of June 25, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding LEAA funding to support a Rules of Evidence draft project in the state of Nebraska

62. July 1973 membership list of the Rules of Evidence Committee

63. Letter of July 2, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding corrections

64. Letter of July 9, 1973, to Ruth M. Dalton from Richard R. Malmgren regarding requested copy of Chapter 907 of the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence. Accompanied by original request from Ruth M. Dalton

65. Similar request for Chapter 907 for Dr. Charles Aprahamian

66. Letter of July 12, 1973, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren regarding retyped Judicial Council Committee Notes for the Rules of Evidence Code. Accompanied by: Letter of July 10, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding summary analysis of HR 5463

67. Letter of July 13, 1973, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren regarding analysis between Wisconsin Rules of Evidence and proposed Rules of Evidence for Federal Courts by Judge John Decker. ; Accompanied by analysis

68. Letter of July 18, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker

69. Letter of July 26, 1973, to John W. Hein from Richard R. Malmgren regarding provisions of the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence. Accompanied by: Letter of July 19, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from John W. Hein regarding history of Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

70. Letter of August 2, 1973, to Judge John A. Decker from Judge John C. Burke

71. Letter of September 3, 1973, to Frank Mallare from Dalton W. Menhall

72. Letter of September 12, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Arnold LeBell regarding handbook containing Wisconsin Rules of Evidence. ; Accompanied by pages of the handbook

73. Letter of September 14, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Richard J. Weber

74. Letter of September 27, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Ken Timpel. ; Accompanied by: LEAA guidelines pertaining to professional services

75. Letter of September 28, 1973, to speakers for Evidence Seminars from Dalton W. Menhall regarding ATS seminar on the Code of Evidence. ; Accompanied by schedule of seminar

76. Letter of October 3, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker

77. History of Rules of Evidence presented to Dalton Menhall dated November 10, 1973

78. Letter of November 12, 1973, to Richard Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding House Judiciary Subcommittee amendments to the federal rules of evidence

79. Letter of November 16, 1973, to ATS Evidence Seminar Speakers from Dalton W. Menhall regarding preparation for seminar

80. Letter of November 29, 1973, to ATS Evidence Faculty from Dalton W. Menhall regarding travel to Evidence Seminars

81. Letter of December 18, 1973, to Reuben Peterson from Chief Judge L.J. Foley, Jr. regarding replacement of procedures requiring medical records librarian attendance in court. Accompanied by: Letter of November 30, 1973, to Leander J. Foley, Jr. from William R. Moser; Letter of November 12, 1973, to Donald W. Steinmetz from Judge William Moser regarding proposal to alter authentication procedures for hospital records; Letter of November 7, 1973, to Members of the Rules and Coordination Committee from Donald W. Steinmetz; Letter of July 31, 1973, to Judge Donald Steinmetz from William R. Moser regarding Rules Committee; Letter of May 11, 1973, to William R. Moser from Monica Pappas regarding Minnesota’s “Code of Cooperation Regarding Medical Records”; and copy of Minnesota’s “Code…”

82. Letter of December 26, 1973, to Richard R. Malmgren from Ken Timpel regarding grant #72-05-06-0 Letter of December 28, 1973, with attached letter of December 17, 1973, to Edward L. Kimball from Arnold LeBell regarding Wisconsin Rules of Evidence Handbook. Accompanied by original letter of December 11, 1973

83. Proposed Wisconsin Rules of Evidence, 56, no. 2 Marquette Law Review (1973)

Subject: ; Rules of Evidence         Folder: 2 of 2

1. Medical Records Discovery in Wisconsin Personal Injury Litigation , Wis. L. Rev. (1974)

2. Letter of January 7, 1974, to Richard Malmgren from Mark J. Farnum regarding authentication of medical records. ; Accompanied by: Letter of January 3, 1974, to Mark J. Farnum from Richard R. Malmgren and letter of December 26, 1973, to Leander J. Foley, Jr. from Reuben W. Peterson

3. Letter of January 8, 1974, with attached letter of January 7, 1974, to Edward L. Kimball from Arnold LeBell regarding Wisconsin Rules of Evidence Handbook. Accompanied by original letter of January 2, 1973

4. Letter of January 24, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from William G. Gallow regarding matters considered by the Board of County Judges. ; Accompanied by: Letter of October 31, 1973, to Dick Malmgren from Edwin M. Wilkie; Letter of July 30, 1973, to Senator Daniel O. Theno from Edwin M. Wilkie; Letter of July 25, 1973, to Edwin M. Wilkie from Daniel O. Theno; Letter of July 19, 1973, to Senator Daniel O. Theno from Robert L. Swanson regarding Wisconsin Statute 128.21; and Letter of September 17, 1973, to Judge Leander J. Foley, Jr. from Judge Max Raskin

5. Letters of January 29, 1974, to John A. Fiorenza, James E. Hough, Edward L. Kimball, K. T. McCormick, Jr., and James J. Williamson from Richard R. Malmgren

6. Letter of May 9, 1974, to Horace W. Wilkie from Richard R. Malmgren

7. Letter of May 14, 1974, to Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

8. Letter of May 23, 1974, to the Members of the Evidence Committee from Judge John A. Decker regarding the admission of hospital records

9. Letter of June 11, 1974, to Reuben W. Peterson from Horace W. Wilkie regarding Judicial Council’s examination of the Petition for the Promulgation of Rules of Court and the report of the Court Reporters’ Advisory Committee

10. Letter of June 13, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

11. Membership list of the Rules of Evidence Committee for July 1974

12. Letter of July 5, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker with attached copy of Proposed Changes in Wisconsin Rules of Evidence secs. 908.03 (6)

13. Letter of July 11, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Kenneth T. McCormick, Jr. regarding hospital records

14. Letter of July 15, 1974, to Judge John Decker from Edward L. Kimball regarding BYU research project comparing juror reactions to a live presentation of trial testimony using four alternative media. ; Accompanied by rough draft of results

15. Petition in the matter of the modification of Rules of Evidence and Section 895.40 of the Statutes for the State of Wisconsin (August term, 1974)

16. Letter of August 21, 1974, to James E. Hough from Thomas D. Zilavy regarding privilege status of confidential communications between patient and psychologist under the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence (Sec. 905.04). ;  Accompanied by appendices

17. Letter of August 23, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding third draft of the proposed changes in the Rules of Evidence. ; Accompanied by: Letter of July 30, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren regarding authentication of medical records at trial; Letter of August 14, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren; Letter of July 16, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding 2nd draft; Second Draft, Proposed Changes in Wisconsin Rules of Evidence; Letter of July 31, 1974, to Judge John A. Decker from William A. Platz regarding Evidence Rule no. 906.09; Letter of August 1, 1974, to Judge John A. Decker from James J. Williamson regarding Evidence Committee; Evidence rules for Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Ohio; Proposed Changes in Wisconsin Rules of Evidence; Section I Committee Note and Section II Committee Note; and Draft Proposed Changes in Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

18. Letter of August 29, 1974, to Edward L. Kimball from Richard R. Malmgren regarding BYU research project

19. Letter of September 18, 1974, to H.C. Guntner from Judge John A. Decker. ; Accompanied by: Letter of September 24, 1974, to H.C. Guntner from Richard R. Malmgren regarding proposed changes in the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence; and Letter of September 12, 1974, to Judge John A. Decker from H.C. Guntner regarding attendance of Medical Records Administrators at court proceedings

20. Letter of September 25, 1974, to Richard Malmgren from Jeffrey D. Riester regarding Dead Man’s Statute – Section 885.16

21. Letter of September 28, 1974, to Judge John A. Decker from Muriel H. Ebenhoe regarding proposed amendments to the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

22. Letter received October 9, 1974, regarding “Video Support in the Criminal Courts”. Accompanied by letter of October 7, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding compulsory attendance of a reporter to attend, take, and transcribe a videotaped deposition

23. Letter of October 11, 1974, to Thomas J. Murray from Richard R. Malmgren

24. Letter of October 28, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Thomas J. Murray regarding Judicial Council Evidence Committee

25. Letter of October 29, 1974, to Members of the Evidence Committee from Judge John A. Decker regarding fourth draft of proposed changes. ; Accompanied by fourth draft

26. Letter of November 1, 1974, to Thomas J. Murray, Jr. from Richard R. Malmgren. Accompanied by letter of October 30, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

27. Letter of November 11, 1974, to Reuben W. Peterson from Horace W. Wilkie regarding proposed revisions of the Deadman’s Statute and of sec. 905.04 of the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence. Accompanied by: Letter of November 7, 1974, to Chief Justice Horace Wilkie from James J. Vance regarding Deadman’s Statute; Analysis of an Act to renumber 885.16 and 885.17, to amend 906.01, and to create 906.18 … relating to the evidence of transactions with deceased or insane persons and deceased agents; and Letter of October 15, 1974, to Chief Justice Horace W. Wilkie from Thomas D. Zilavy regarding sec. 905.04 Physician, Psychologist-Patient Privilege

28. Proposed Changes in Wisconsin Rules of Evidence dated November 12th, 1974

29. Letter of November 13, 1974, to Patricia L. Graham from Richard R. Malmgren regarding final recommendation of the Judicial Council Evidence Committee in regard to authentication of medical records

30. Letter of November 18, 1974, to Kathleen A. Surina from Judge John A. Decker

31. Letter of November 20, 1974, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren

32. Letter of December 3, 1974, to Chief Justice Wilkie from Richard R. Malmgren regarding Deadman’s Statute. Accompanied by letter of November 20, 1974, to Richard Malmgren from Judge Mark J. Farnum

33. Letter of January 2, 1975, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren regarding upcoming meetings

34. Letter of January 14, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Edward L. Kimball regarding Dead Man Statute and physician-patient privilege

35. Letter of March 19, 1975, to Chief Justice Horace W. Wilkie from Richard R. Malmgren regarding Deadman’s Statute and psychologist-patient privilege. ; Accompanied by: Letter of November 11, 1974, to Reuben W. Peterson from Chief Justice Horace W. Wilkie; Letter of November 7, 1974, to Chief Justice Horace Wilkie from James Vance; Analysis of Act; Letter of October 15, 1974, to Chief Justice Wilkie from Thomas D. Zilavy; and In the Matter of the Modification of Sec. 905.04 of the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

36. Letter of April 22, 1975, to Members of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren proposed rules of videotape procedure

37. Letter of May 20, 1975, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren regarding sec. 885.27 and 908.01 (4) (b) are in conflict. ; Accompanied by original letter of April 25, 1975

38. Letter of May 21, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Stephanie Vukovich regarding the public hearing concerning psychologist-patient privilege

39. Letter of June 16, 1975, to Chief Justice Wilkie from Judge John A. Decker regarding amendment of sec. 905.04 concerning psychologist-patient privilege

40. Letter of June 25, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Reuben W. Peterson regarding Supreme Court’s denial that psychologist-patient privilege be created. Accompanied by Supreme Court Order

41. Handwritten notes from June 29, 1975 hearing before the Wisconsin Supreme Court

42. Federal Rules of Evidence : Effective July 1, 1975

43. Letter of September 3, 1975, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren regarding hospital records. Accompanied by September 2, 1975 letter to Chief Justice Horace Wilkie from John e. Shannon, Jr. regarding proposed changes in Wisconsin Rules of Evidence sec. 908.03 (6m) (a)

44. Letter of September 4, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Lloyd A. Barbee regarding drafted substitute amendment to AB 198. ; Accompanied by: Letter of August 19, 1975, to Lloyd A. Barbee from Richard R. Malmgren; copy of Assembly Substitute Amendment to 1975 AB 198; Letter received June 10, 1975, from Roger A. McKinley to Dick; Copy of 1975 AB 198

45. Letter of November 14, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from H.C. Guntner. ; Accompanied by letter of November 17, 1975, to H.C. Guntner from Richard R. Malmgren with enclosed copy of changes to the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

46. Letter of February 2, 1976, to Reuben W. Peterson from H.C. Guntner regarding interpretation of Rules of Evidence with concern to medical records

47. Letter of February 2, 1976, to Medical Record Administrators from H.C. Guntner regarding Rules of Evidence—Hospital records

48. Letter of February 6, 1976, to Richard R. Malmgren from H.C. Guntner

49. Letter of February 6, 1976, to Judge John A. Decker from H.C. Guntner

50. Letter of February 6, 1976, to Medical Records Administrators from H.C. Guntner

51. Letter of February 6, 1976, to H.C. Guntner from Richard R. Malmgren

52. Letter of February 11, 1976, to H.C. Guntner from James R. Gass regarding Rules of Evidence—Hospital records

53. Letter of February 11, 1976, to Richard Malmgren from M. Schultz

54. Letter of February 16, 1976, to M. Schultz from James E. Hough

55. Letter of February 16, 1976, to H.C. Guntner from James R. Gass regarding Rules of Evidence—Hospital Records

56. Letter of February 16, 1976, to Robert Berring from James E. Hough regarding Code of Evidence. Accompanied by letter of February 11, 1976 to James E. Hough from Robert Berring

57. Authentication of Hospital Records in Court Cases dated February 25, 1976

58. Letter of February 27, 1976, to Hospital Administrators and Medical Record Custodians from Les Wakefield regarding interpretation of recent changes in Rules of Evidence Code

59. Demand for Certified Duplicate of Hosptial record dated March 9, 1976

60. Letter of March 11, 1976, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding sec. 908.03 (18) of the Rules of Evidence

61. Supoena served March 18, 1976, in the case of Kunaschk v. Mielke

62. Letter of June 1, 1976, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren

63. Letter of June 30, 1976, to Les Wakefield from John W. Foley regarding release of hospital records without patient authorization

64. Letter of July 1, 1976, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren

65. Letter of July 6, 1976, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker regarding admissibility of learned treatises

66. Letter of July 30, 1976, to Orlan Prestegard from Judge John A. Decker regarding Chapter 327 of the Laws of 1975 (1975 S.B. 179). ; Accompanied by Chapter 327, Laws of 1975

67. Letter of June 23, 1977, to John J. Maurer from Richard R. Malmgren regarding sec. 905.05 (4) (d). Accompanied by: Letter of June 14, 1977 to Richard R. Malmgren from John J. Maurer; Letter of June 8, 1977, to John Maurer from John Landa; and Letter of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justices from John V. O’Connor

68. Letter of July 1, 1977, to Richard R. Malmgren from John A. Decker regarding sec. 905.05 (4) (d). Accompanied by original letter of June 23, 1977

69. Letter of July 28, 1977, to Judge John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren regarding Chapter 61 of the Laws of 1977

70. Letter of August 25, 1977, to John A. Decker from Richard R. Malmgren regarding release of records in Medicaid investigations

71. Sec. 905.04 Physician-Patient or Psychologist-Patient Privilege

72. 1977 AB 160. Accompanied by Letter of November 24, 1976, to Richard Malmgren from James P. Buckley regarding psychologists’ privileged communication bill and Assembly Substitute Amendment 1, to 1975 AB 198

73. 1977 S.B. 76

74. Analysis of Committee print of a tentative Subcommittee of HR5463, a bill to establish the Federal Rules of Evidence

75. What Every Lawyer Ought to Know About : The New Rules of Evidence, Particular Changes in the Rules, How the Rules will Affect Court Room Representation

76. Main Points to be made Favoring Amending Sec. 905.04 of the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence to Include Psychologists

77. Sec. 905.04 Physician, Psychologist-Patient Privilege

78. Sec. 802.10 Scheduling and pretrial conferences

79. Medical Records Discovery in Wisconsin Personal Injury Litigation

80. In the Matter of the Adoption of GCR 1963, 315. State of Michigan Supreme Court

81. Draft five of an Act to renumber 885.16 and 885.17, to amend 906.01 and to create 906.18 of the statutes relating to the evidence of transactions with deceased or insane persons and deceased agents

82. Sec. 905.04 Physician-Patient Privilege and sec. 905.05 Husband-Wife privilege

83. Responses regarding Federal Rules of Evidence from the 1st, 3rd, 6th-7th, 9th-10th circuits

84. Discussion with Herbert H. Hoffman

85. Wis. R. Evid. 905.04

86. Wis. R. Evid. 908.03 (6m)

87. State of Wisconsin Petition of the Judicial Council to the Supreme Court

88. Modifications and Judicial Council Committee Notes for sec. 904.07, 904.10, 904.12, 905.01, 905.02, 905.08, 905.09, and 905.13

89. Modified Judicial Council Committee Notes for 901.03 (1), 901.06, 903.03 (2) and (3), 904.07, 904.08, 904.10, 904.12, 905.01, 905.02, 905.05 (1), 905.08, 905.09, 905.13, 906.01, 906.14 (1) and (2), 908.03 (15), and 908.045 (3)

90. North Memorial Hospital form letter

91. Memo which “suggests three alternate methods by which learned treatises without specific authors may be introduced into evidence”

92. Position paper in opposition to amendment of the physician-patient privilege statute (Wis. Stats. Sec. 905.04)

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