The 1986 Connecticut Supreme Court decision in State v. Whelan, pertaining to the admission of prior inconsistent statements, plainly states that a claim of memory loss alone can serve as the basis for a finding of inconsistency. The jury reasonably could have found the following facts.
State v. Rodriguez
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 24, 2012
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