• United States District Court
  • 3:16cv26
  • Jan 12 2017 (Date Decided)
  • Meyer, J.
A court could admit evidence of prior acts, if the evidence was offered for a proper purpose, was relevant to a disputed issue, and the probative value was greater than the potential for unfair prejudice.

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