Georgia Appeals Panel Says Judge Did Not Err In Excluding ‘Vague’ Hearsay Evidence

(July 14, 2017, 6:13 PM EDT) -- ATLANTA — A Georgia appeals panel on June 21 held that in a widow’s suit seeking to impose a constructive trust on accounts and assets conveyed by the decedent to his executor, a trial court did not err in excluding hearsay testimony of the widow’s daughter and a close friend of the decedent because the widow failed to show that the “vague” hearsay testimony was admissible (Mildred V. Rabun v. Timothy Michael Rabun, No. A17A0184, Ga. App., 2nd Div., 2017 Ga. App. LEXIS 299).

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