Evidentiary Harpoon

Definition of Evidentiary Harpoon

Exists where prosecution through its witnesses successfully places before jury improper evidence, such as previous arrests and convictions of defendant, in situations where such evidence would not be admissible. Kramer v. State, 258 Ind. 257, 317 N.E.2d 203, 207.

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