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1985 A.B. 425/Videotape Statements    Folder: 1 of 1

1. Opinion in the case of Willie John Jolly v. Texas, cause no. 14,322

2. 1985 Legislation list

3. An Act to repeal 967.041 to 967.043; to repeal and recreate 967.04 (7); and to create 908.08 and 967.04 (8) to (10) of the statutes. LRB-3283/1

4. Assembly Amendment 1 to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa0725/2

5. Assembly Amendment to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa0932/1

6. Assembly Amendment to Assembly Amendment (LRBa0725/2), to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa1070/1

7. Senate Amendment to Senate Substitute Amendment 1, to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa4850/1

8. Senate Substitute Amendment to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBs0564/1

9. Letter of January 25, 1985, to General Projects Committee from Jim Fullin regarding videotape depositions and the confrontation clause

10. Letter of February 18, 1985, to Senator Lynn Adelman from Eric Schulenburg regarding Assembly Bill 425

11. Videotape Draft B 4-12-85

12. Videotape Draft C 5-10-85

13. Letter of July 1, 1985, to Members of Assembly Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee from Jim Fullin

14. Fiscal estimate regarding videotape statements and depositions by children, LRB 3283/2

15. Letter of July 12, 1985, to Bruce from Sara Lee Johann

16. Fiscal estimate regarding videotaped statements and depositions by children, LRB 3283/2

17. Fiscal estimate regarding videotape depositions by children, LRB 3283/2

18. Opinion in the matter of the appeal in Pinal County juvenile action nos. J-1123 and J-1124

19. Uniform Rules of Evidence (198_)

20. 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRB 3283/2 introduced August 13, 1985

21. 1985 Assembly Bill 463, LRB 2310/1 introduced September 11, 1985

22. Letter of September 17, 1985, to John J. DiMotto from Walter J. Dickey

23. Drafter’s Note from the Legislative Reference Bureau, attached Assembly Amendment to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa0932/1

24. Letter of September 20, 1985, to Becky from Lori regarding the bill, LRB-3283/2

25. Testimony of Rep. James A. Rutkowski on Assembly Bill 425, September 24, 1985

26. Memorandum of September 25, 1985, to Representative Jim Rutkowski from Representative Becky Young regarding Assembly Bill 425 – Videotaping

27. Assembly Amendment 1 to Assembly Amendment 1 to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa1070/1

28. Assembly Amendment 2, to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa0932/1

29. Letter of November 14, 1985, to James Fullin from Daniel D. Blinka regarding pending legislation on child videotape depositions

30. Handwritten notes of February 18, 1986, Schulenburg on 425

31. Testimony of James L. Fullin, Jr. on Assembly Bill 425, February 18, 1986

32. Letter of February 20, 1986, to Daniel D. Blinka from James L. Fullin, Jr.

33. Senate Substitute Amendment 1 to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBs0582/1

34. Letter of March 7, 1986, to Senator Brian D. Rude from Michael J. Devanie

35. 1985 Senate Bill 630, LRB-3552/1

36. 1985 Senate Bill 630, LRB-3552/1

37. Senate Amendment 1 to Senate Amendment 1 to 1985 Assembly Bill 425, LRBa4850/1

38. Letter of March 17, 1986, to Senator Fred Rissor from James L. Fullin, Jr. 1985 Wisconsin Act 262

39. Letter of April 21, 1986, to James Fullin from Judy Witt

40. 1987 Assembly Bill 657, LRB-3625/1

41. Testimony Before the Assembly Judiciary Committee, November 17, 1987, Assembly Bill 657

42. Before the Assembly Judiciary Committee, November 17, 1987, Assembly Bill 657

43. Letter of November 17, 1987, to Honorable James A. Rutkowski from Donald J. Hanaway

44. Letter from Barbara L. Ulichny to Mr. Chairman, members of the Judiciary Committee regarding opportunity to testify

45. Wisconsin v. Paul G. Linder, no. 87-0670-CR

46. John Avery Coy v. Iowa, no. 86-6757

47. Coy v. Iowa, no. 86-6757

48. Nancy Foley, Prosecutors Divided on Videotaping Kids in Sex Abuse Cases, The Capital Times, Dec. 22, 1988

49. Illinois v. Hon. Robert Bastien

50. Typed pages regarding evidence, etc.

51. Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Jolly v. State

52. Constitution Doesn’t Require In-Person Confrontation of Youthful Witness

53. Letter to Barb from Jim Fullin

54. Insert A and Insert B

55. Handwritten notes

56. Form letter regarding videotaped testimony by children

57. A Child in Court

58. Child Abuse Cases and the Confrontation Clause : Coy V. Iowa

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