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2.4-7 Judicial Notice

Revised to January 1, 2008

You may have observed that (an exhibit / a fact), namely, <identify exhibit / fact>, was received as part of the evidence after the court was asked to take what is called "judicial notice" of it.  The effect of my having taken judicial notice of <identify exhibit / fact> is that you are to treat <identify exhibit / fact> as established without proof of that fact being presented to you.


State v. Zayas, 195 Conn. 611, 613-15 (1985).



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