The thirty-seven principal provisions that permit out-of-court statements to be admitted for their truth under the Federal Rules of Evidence are found in Article VIII of the Rules. There are eight provisions in Rule 801(d), twenty-three provisions in Rule 803, five provisions in Rule 804 and one provision in Rule 807 that can be relied upon to admit hearsay evidence for its truth value.
Stephen A. Saltzburg,
Rethinking the Rationale(s) for Hearsay Exceptions,
84 Fordham L. Rev. 1485
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