- Title Pages
- Notes on Abbreviations and Legal Citation
- 1 The Legal Discourse of Domestic Violence
- Part One Anglo-American Law and the In/Admissibility of Hearsay
- 2 Legal Empiricism in/and the Language Ideology of Hearsay
- 3 Social Discourses about Domestic Violence and Hearsay
- Part Two The Excited Utterance Exception in <i>US v. Hadley</i>
- 4 Making the Excited Utterance Legally Intelligible: Shifting Audiences, Contexts, and Speakers
- 5 The Attribution and Disattribution of Agency in the Excited Utterance Exception
- 6 Conclusions
- Appendix Cases Cited
- Works Cited
- Entextualizing Domestic Violence
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