Issue: Under Cal. Evid. Code 352, when does a court exceed its discretion in excluding evidence?
|Area of Law:||Litigation & Procedure, Uncategorized|
|Keywords:||; Evidence; Probative Value; Prejudicial|
|Cited Cases:||5 P.3d 68; 23 Cal. 4th 978|
California Code of Civil Procedure § 1008 discusses motions for reconsideration and renewal of previous motions. The section states:
(a) When an application for an order has been made to a judge, or to a court, and refused in whole or in part, or granted, or granted conditionally, or on terms, any party affected by the order may, within 10 days after service upon the party of written notice of entry of the order and based upon new or different facts, circumstances, or law, make application to the same judge or court that made the order, to reconsider the matter and modify, amend, or revoke the prior order. The party making the application shall state by affidavit what application was made before, when and to what judge, what order or decisions were made, and what new or different facts, circumstances, or law are claimed to be shown.
(b) A party who originally made an application for an order which was refused in whole or part, or granted conditionally or on terms, may make a subsequent application for the same order upon new or different facts, circumstances, or law, in which case it shall be shown by affidavit what application was made before, when and to what judge, what order or decisions were made, and what new or different facts, circumstances, or law are claimed to be shown. For a failure to comply with this subdivision, […]
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