New York Rules of Evidence

In New York, the rules of evidence applicable to civil cases are, where appropriate, also applicable to criminal proceedings, unless otherwise provided by statute or by judicially established rules of evidence applicable to criminal cases.

Table of Contents of New York Rules of Evidence

TITLE D. RULES OF EVIDENCE, STANDARDS OF PROOF AND RELATED MATTERS

    CPL Title D Note 

    ARTICLE 60. RULES OF EVIDENCE AND RELATED MATTERS

    CPL Article 60 Note 

    § 60.10. Rules of evidence; in general [Part 1 of 3] 

    § 60.10. Rules of evidence; in general [Part 2 of 3] 

    § 60.10. Rules of evidence; in general [Part 3 of 3] 

    § 60.15. Rules of evidence; what witnesses may be called [Part 1 of 2] 

    § 60.15. Rules of evidence; what witnesses may be called [Part 2 of 2] 

    § 60.20. Rules of evidence; testimonial capacity; evidence given by children 

    § 60.22. Rules of evidence; corroboration of accomplice testimony 

    § 60.25. Rules of evidence; identification by means of previous recognition, in absence of present identification 

    § 60.30. Rules of evidence; identification by means of previous recognition, in addition to present identification 

    § 60.35. Rules of evidence; impeachment of own witness by proof of prior contradictory statement 

    § 60.40. Rules of evidence; proof of previous conviction; when allowed 

    § 60.42. Rules of evidence; admissibility of evidence of victim’s sexual conduct in sex offense cases 

    § 60.43. Rules of evidence; admissibility of evidence of victim’s sexual conduct in non-sex offense cases 

    § 60.44. Use of anatomically correct dolls 

    § 60.45. Rules of evidence; admissibility of statements of defendants [Part 1 of 2] 

    § 60.45. Rules of evidence; admissibility of statements of defendants [Part 2 of 2] 

    § 60.46. Rules of evidence, family offense proceedings in family court 

    § 60.48. Rules of evidence; admissibility of evidence of victim’s manner of dress in sex offense cases 

    § 60.50. Rules of evidence; statements of defendants; corroboration 

    § 60.55. Rules of evidence; psychiatric testimony in certain cases 

    § 60.60. Rules of evidence; certificates concerning judgments of conviction and fingerprints 

    § 60.70. Rules of evidence; dangerous drugs destroyed pursuant to court order 

    § 60.75. Rules of evidence; chemical test evidence 

    § 60.76. Rules of evidence; rape crisis counselor evidence in certain cases 

 


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