2015 Hawaii Revised Statutes
TITLE 33. EVIDENCE
626. Hawaii rules of evidence

HAWAII RULES OF EVIDENCE
ARTICLE I.
GENERAL PROVISIONS

ARTICLE II.
JUDICIAL NOTICE

ARTICLE III.
PRESUMPTIONS

ARTICLE IV.
RELEVANCY AND ITS LIMITS

Rule 409.5 Admissibility of expressions of sympathy and condolence. Evidence of statements or gestures that express sympathy, commiseration, or condolence concerning the consequences of an event in which the declarant was a participant is not admissible to prove liability for any claim growing out of the event. This rule does not require the exclusion of an apology or other statement that acknowledges or implies fault even though contained in, or part of, any statement or gesture excludable under this rule. L 2007, c 88, §1

ARTICLE V.
PRIVILEGES

ARTICLE VI.
WITNESSES

ARTICLE VII.
OPINIONS AND EXPERT TESTIMONY

ARTICLE VIII.
HEARSAY

ARTICLE IX.
AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION

ARTICLE X.
CONTENTS OF WRITINGS,
RECORDINGS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS

ARTICLE XI.
MISCELLANEOUS RULES

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