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Rules of Wisconsin Videotape Procedure                               Folder: 1 of 3

1. Rules of Practice of the Court of Common Pleas, Erie County, Ohio, effective March 15, 1965

2. Letter of August 30, 1971, to Edwin M. Wilkie from Judge John Decker. Accompanied by report of August 13, 1971 to Chief Justice Hallows

3. Petition for Promulgation of Rules of Court

4. In the Matter of the Revision of Rules of Pleading, Practice and Procedure in Judicial Proceedings in the Courts in Wisconsin

5. Informational folder from Video Record Inc.

6. State of Michigan Supreme Court in the Matter of the Adoption of GCR 1963, 315

7. 1973 Amendments to Rules of Superintendence Supreme Court of Ohio , Ohio State Bar Association Report

8. Proposal for Equipping Eau Claire County Courtroom with Electronic Audiotape and Videotape Recording / compiled by Judge Thomas H. Barland, dated June 6, 1973

9. Videotape Depositions, Rule 4017.1

10. Effects of Video Taped Testimony on Information Processing and Decision-Making in Jury Trials

11. Rule XXIX Testimony of Experts

12. James L. McCrystal, The Videotape Trial Comes of Age , 57 no.10 Judicature 446 (1974). Accompanied by: Letter of March 1, 1974, to Judge James L. McCrystal from Gordon Bermant and Duncan Chappell and Letter to All Interested Counsel from Thomas S. Buckingham

13. Letter of May 23, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from John A. Decker

14. H. Allen Benowitz, Legal Applications of Videotape , Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 34 (June 1974)

15. Video Found Practical for Criminal Proceedings 1 no. 6 National Center for State Courts Report 1 (1974)

16. Letter of June 11, 1974, to Reuben W. Peterson from Horace W. Wilkie

17. Letter of June 25, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

18. Interoffice memos from various people to RM regarding judges meeting July 11 & 12th 1974

19. Interoffice memo from Robert Phlipp to RM

20. The Prerecorded Videotape Trial : a Status Report / by Hon. James L. McCrystal and Guy O. Kornblum

21. Rules of Evidence Committee dated July 1974

22. Letter of July 2, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker

23. Letter of July 3, 1974, to Charles W. Wheeler from Richard R. Malmgren regarding grant no. 72-05-06-02. Accompanied by: Letter of May 30, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Ken Timpel; Letter of May 24, 1974, to Charles W. Wheeler from Richard R. Malmgren; Letter of April 22, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Ken Timpel

24. Letter of July 5, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

25. Letter of July 15, 1974, to Judge John Decker from Edward L. Kimball. Accompanied by report regarding a research project comparing juror reactions to a live presentation of trial testimony with the presentation of the same testimony using four alternative media – color video tape, black and white video tape, audio tape, and testimony read from a transcript

26. Letter of July 16, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker. Accompanied by Second Draft Proposed Changes in Wisconsin Rules of Evidence

27. Letter of July 30, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

28. Letter of July 31, 1974, to Judge John A. Decker from William A. Platz regarding evidence rule no. 906.09

29. Chapter 804 Depositions and Discover , Supplement to Wisconsin Bar Bulletin, 86 (Aug. 1974)

30. 802.10 Scheduling and Pretrial Conferences , Supplement to Wisconsin Bar Bulletin, 26 (Aug. 1974)

31. Letter of August 1, 1974, to Judge John A. Decker from James J. Williamson regarding Evidence Committee

32. Letter of August 5, 1974, to Richard R. Malmgren from Charles D. Clausen

33. Letter of August 14, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

34. Clayton Jones, Use of Video-Tape Testimony on Trial in Vermont Courts , Green Bay Gazette, Aug. 15, 1974

35. Letter of August 17, 1974, to Richard Malmgren from Ron Zadra

36. Second Proposed Revision to Sec. 909.02 (8), August 22, 1974

37. Letter of August 30, 1974, to Richard Malmgren from Judge James McCrystal

38. Letter of September 19, 1974, to Judicial Council from James J. Williamson regarding video tape. Accompanied by Effects of Videotaped Testimony on Information Processing and Decision-Making in Jury Trials, Progress Report 1 dated March, 1974

39. Letter of September 25, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

40. Letter of September 30, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

41. Letter of October 22, 1974, to Richard Malmgren from James J. Williamson. Accompanied by John W. Thornton, Expanding Video Tape Technique in Pretrial and Trial Advocacy , Forum 105 (Fall 1973)

42. Letter of October 30, 1974, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

43. Handwritten notes from the November 8, 1974, Evidence Committee Meeting

44. Letter of December 6, 1974, to Thomas J. Murray Jr. from Richard R. Malmgren. Accompanied by original letter to Richard R. Malmgren from Thomas J. Murray

45. Letter of December 24, 1974, to Richard Malmgren from Charles E. Crowley. Accompanied by Rule 8 Recording of Proceedings, Rule 9 Publicizing Court Proceedings, and Rule 10 Videotaped Testimony and Evidence

46. Letter of January 2, 1975, to Members of Rules of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

47. Video Tape Rules Working Draft #1 – January 17, 1975

48. Letter of February 13, 1975, to Members of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

49. Letter of February 20, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Ron Zadra. Accompanied by, Harry Franken, Lawyer Majority Against Videotape , Citizen Journal, Feb. 7, 1975

50. Videotape Rules Working Draft #2 – February 21, 1975

51. Letter of February 28, 1975, to Judge James L. McCrystal and Thomas J. Murray, Jr. from Richard R. Malmgren

52. Letter of March 5, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge James L. McCrystal

53. Letter of March 13, 1975, to Members of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

54. Subsection 885.42 (4) Trial Record

55. Videotape Rules Tentative Final Draft – March 21, 1975 (various corrected drafts)

56. Letter of April 22, 1975, to Members of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

57. Letter of April 25, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge John A. Decker

58. Letter of April 25, 1975, to Wisconsin Judicial Council Committee on Evidence from Ray J. Aiken regarding Rules of Videotape Procedure

59. Letter of April 28, 1975, to Judge James L. McCrystal from Richard R. Malmgren. Accompanied by Letter of April 25, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Judge James L. McCrystal

60. Letter of April 29, 1975, to Richard Malmgren from Ray J. Aiken regarding videotape depositions. Accompanied by Letter of April 25, 1975, to Wisconsin Judicial Council Committee on Evidence from Ray J. Aiken regarding rules of videotape procedure

61. 885.27 Admission by Member of Corporation and 908.01 Definitions

62. Letter of May 8, 1975, to Members of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren

63. Letter of May 13, 1975, to Richard Malmgren from James J. Williamson

64. Videotape Plays Courtroom Role , Air Force Times (May 1975)

65. Handwritten notes regarding Evidence Committee dated May 16, 1975

66. Letter of June 5, 1975, to Judge Thomas H. Barland from Richard R. Malmgren. Accompanied by: Letter of May 20, 1975, to Richard Malmgren from Judge Thomas H. Barland and Assembly Amendment to 1975 Assembly Bill 618

67. Letter of June 12, 1975, to Members of Judicial Council from Richard R. Malmgren

68. Wisconsin Rules of Videotape Procedure

69. Letter of September 10, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Dennis E. Robertson regarding proposed rules for videotape depositions

70. Letter of September 19, 1975, to Robert O. Uehling from Dennis E. Robertson regarding proposed rules for videotape depositions. Accompanied by Letter of September 10, 1975, to Richard R. Malmgren from Dennis E. Robertson

71. In the Matter of the Modifications of Rules of Civil Procedure, Promulgation of Rules of Videotape Procedure, Modification of Rules of Evidence, and amendment of Section 895.40 of the Wisconsin Statutes

72. Video Support in the Criminal Courts : Executive Summary / prepared by Francis J. Taillefer et. al (October 1975)

73. Letter of October 2, 1975, to Judge James L. McCrystal and Thomas J. Murray, Jr. from Richard R. Malmgren

74. Letter of October 10, 1975, to James R. Miller from Richard R. Malmgren

75. President Tapes Deposition , Wisconsin State Journal, Nov. 2, 1975 and Judge Keeps Order for Ford to Give Videotape Testimony , Wisconsin State Journal, Oct. 29, 1975

76. Handwritten notes. Accompanied by: Subsection 885.42 (4); Letter of March 13, 1975, to Members of Evidence Committee from Richard R. Malmgren; Videotape Rules Tentative Final Draft – March 21, 1975

Subject: Rules of Wisconsin Videotape Procedure                               Folder: 2 of 3

1. Letter of February 13, 1976, to Delia DiGiacomo from Kerry Fortney. Accompanied by Letter of February 9, 1976, to State Bar of Wisconsin from Delia DiGiacomo

2. Letter of July 20, 1976, to Richard Malmgren from Delia DiGiacomo regarding videotaping. Accompanied by Ruling on Objections and Order for Editing Videotape Deposition of Dr. Thomas O. Miller

3. Letter of July 21st, 1976, to Richard R. Malmgren from Dorothy M. Wagner regarding Chapter 804, Wisconsin Statutes

4. Letter of September 20, 1976, to Judge Thomas H. Barland from Walter L. Harvey regarding videotape seminar

5. Letter of September 27, 1976, to Richard R. Malmgren from Walter L. Harvey

6. Letter of September 30, 1976, to Honorable Members of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and The Honorable Members of Wisconsin Courts of Record from Walter L. Harvey. Accompanied by brochure

7. Videotaping in Wisconsin Litigation : Program Materials, dated October 1976

8. Videotaping in Wisconsin Litigation : Program Materials, dated October 1976

9. Videotaping in Wisconsin Litigation : Program Materials, dated October 1976

10. History of Wisconsin Rule of Videotape Procedure, dated October 1, 1976

11. Letter of October 26, 1976, to Richard Malmgren from Delia DiGiacomo

Subject: Rules of Wisconsin Videotape Procedure                               Folder: 3 of 3

1. Letter of February 6, 1979, to Richard R. Malmgren from Orlan L. Prestegard. Accompanied by Uniform Audio-Visual Deposition [Act] [Rule] drafted by National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws

2. 1980 Catalog of EIA & JEDEC Standards & Engineering Publications

3. Letter of October 15, 1980, to Richard Malmgren from Judge James L. McCrystal. Accompanied by Erie County Videotape Trials Produce Results , 5 Judicial Notice News of the Ohio Court System (1980)

4. Telephone-Conferenced Court Hearings : a How-To Guide for Judges, Attorneys and Clerks

5. Transcript of “The Molested Child” November 12-16, 1984

6. Videotape Depositions Trials Documentary Evidence

7. Wisconsin Rules of Videotape Procedure

8. Videotape Procedure, Chapter 885

9. 885.27 Admission by Member of Corporation and 908.01 Definitions, Wisconsin Statutes

10. Subsection 885.42 (4) Trial Record

11. Rule 29 Stipulations Regarding Discovery Procedure, Rule 30 Depositions upon Oral Examination, Rule 39 Trial by Jury or by the Court, and Rule 40 Pre-Recorded Testimony

12. Rules for Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio

13. Handwritten notes including definitions

14. Ann Wolbert Burgess & Lynda Lytle Holmstrom, The Child and Family During the Court Process , in Sexual Assault of Children and Adolescents 205 (Lexington Books 1978)

15. Gene Prigge, Law Made Tough Sentences Impossible , Milwaukee Journal

16. Globe Newspaper Company v. Superior Court for the County of Norfolk, no. 81-611

17. Herbert v. Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Sacramento

18. The Child as Witness to Homicide / Robert S. Pynoos

19. Child Witnesses and the First Amendment : a Psycholegal Dilemma / Gary B. Melton

20. Legal Testimony by Child Victims of Sexual Assault / Lucy Berliner and Mary Kay Barbieri

21. State v. Padilla

22. State v. Gilbert

23. State v. Burns

24. Understanding the Rape Victim : a Synthesis of Research Findings / Sedelle Katz & Mary Ann Mazur

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