People v. Buckner, 228 P.3d 245 (Colo. App. 2009)

Key Insight: Court held admission of defendant?s cell phone was not error and did not constitute impermissible hearsay where the prosecution sought to show that an undercover officer?s number showed up on defendant?s phone, where the phone was authenticated by the officer?s testimony, and where the telephone was not a ?person? or ?declarant? making ?a communicative ?statement? within the meaning of the relevant hearsay rule; court rejected argument that admission of phone was error because it contained other phone numbers, texts, etc. where defendant failed to show that he was prejudiced and failed to identify any particular message, etc. that the jury would have obtained from the phone

Nature of Case: Criminal

Electronic Data Involved: Cellular phone

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