Appellate Division Rules on admissibility of 404(b) evidence

December 29, 2014

In a published opinion this morning, the NJ Appellate Division held: a trial court, in its discretion, may await the close of a defendant's case before determining the admissibility of 404(b) evidence that the State seeks to introduce to rebut the defendant's claim of lack of intent or mistake. We also discern no error in the court's decision to offer a tentative view of the issue. A copy of the opinion, STATE OF NEW JERSEY VS. MAYTEE CORDERO is available here:


The Appellate Division's unpublished opinions are available here:

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