State v. VosikaAnnotate this Case
735 P.2d 1273 (1987)
85 Or.App. 148
STATE of Oregon, Respondent, v. Tamara VOSIKA, Appellant.
C 84-02-30610; CA A36528.
Court of Appeals of Oregon.
Motion for Reconsideration February 12, 1987.
Decided April 22, 1987.
Virginia Linder, Asst. Sol. Gen., Salem, for the motion.
Before WARDEN, P.J., and VAN HOOMISSEN and YOUNG, JJ.
On Respondent's Motion for Reconsideration February 12, 1987.
VAN HOOMISSEN, Judge.
The state moves for reconsideration of our decision in State v. Vosika, 83 Or. App. 298, 731 P.2d 449 (1987). It contends that we should not have reversed defendant's conviction but, rather, that we should have remanded the case for reconsideration because, if the trial court determines that the child is incompetent to testify, there is no need for a new trial. We disagree and allow reconsideration to clarify our earlier decision.
In our opinion, we stated:"Defendant next contends that the trial court erred in admitting the hearsay testimony of the foster mother, [Doctor] Sabin and [Detective] Baker. She argues that their testimony identifying her as the abuser does not fit within any exception to the hearsay rule and, therefore, that it is inadmissible. In [State v.] Campbell, [299 Or. 633, 640, 705 P.2d 694 (1985)], the Supreme Court held that OEC 803(18a) permits the admission of hearsay statements of the victim of a sexual assault which show the nature of the complaint, even if those statements include some of the particulars of the offense. 299 Or at 646 [705 P.2d 694]. *1274 Thus, the testimony of the foster mother, Sabin and Baker that the child made a complaint that she had been abused was admissible. "The remaining question is whether the evidence that the child had identified her mother as her abuser was admissible. The state concedes that the trial court erred in admitting the evidence under OEC 803(24). See State v. Campbell, supra, 299 Or at 640 [705 P.2d 694]. However, it argues that Sabin's identification testimony was admissible under OEC 803(4), as a statement made for the purpose of medical diagnosis or treatment." 83 Or. App. at 302, 731 P.2d 449.
We agreed with the state that Sabin's identification testimony was admissible under OEC 803(4). 83 Or. App. at 310, 731 P.2d 449. However, the identification testimony of the foster mother and Baker was not admissible. State v. Campbell, supra, 299 Or. at 640, 705 P.2d 694. Admission of that testimony was error requiring a new trial.
Reconsideration allowed; previous opinion clarified and, as clarified, adhered to.