People v. Vallejo, 2009 WL 3925232 (Cal. Ct. App. Nov. 19, 2009)(Unpublished)

Key Insight: Court found no abuse of discretion for admitting table summarizing defendant?s sales activities for the relevant time period where the corporate investigator of defendant?s suspected theft prior to his prosecution testified that the report was generated by a particular software in the ordinary course of business and where there was the ?logical inference? based on certain facts that the report was prepared ?at or near? the time of the events reported therein as is required by California Evid. Code section 1271 to authenticate a document as a business record

Nature of Case: Grand theft from employer

Electronic Data Involved: Report of defendant’s sales activities

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