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Except as otherwise provided in this section evidence of the following is not, in any civil or criminal proceeding, admissible against the defendant who made the plea or was a participant in the plea discussions:

1. a plea of guilty which was later withdrawn; 

2. a plea of nolo contendere; 

3. any statement made in the course of any proceedings under state procedure regarding either of the foregoing pleas; or 

4. any statement made in the course of plea discussions with an attorney for the prosecuting authority which do not result in a plea of guilty or which result in a plea of guilty which is later withdrawn.

However, such a statement is admissible in:

1. any proceeding wherein another statement made in the course of the same plea or plea discussions has been introduced and the statement, as a matter of justice, should be considered contemporaneously with it; or 

2. a criminal proceeding for perjury or false statement if the statement was made by the defendant under oath, on the record and in the presence of counsel. 12 O.S. 2410

Nolo - Contendere - Definition

A plea by which a defendant in a criminal prosecution accepts conviction as though a guilty plea had been entered but does not admit guilt.

General Provisions

Judicial Notice





  • General Rule of Competency

  • Lack of Personal Knowledge

  • Oath or Affirmation

  • Interpreters

  • Competency of Judge as Witness

  • Competency of Juror as Witness

  • Who May Impeach

  • Evidence of Character and Conduct of Witness

  • Impeachment by Evidence of Conviction of Crime

  • Religious Beliefs or Opinions

  • Mode and Order of Interrogation and Presentation

  • Repealed

  • Unusual Court Procedures to Protect Rights of Incapacitated Persons - Criminal Defendant - Judicial Integrity

Uniform Child Witness Testimony by Alternative Methods Act

  • Short Title

  • Definitions

  • Applicability in Criminal and Noncriminal Proceedings

  • Hearing - When Ordered, How Conducted, Rules of Evidence

  • When Child Witness May Testify by Alternate Means - Findings, Factors, Evidentiary Standards

  • Factors Affecting Selection of Alternate Method of Testifying

  • Orders

  • Opportunity for Cross Examination

  • Construction of Act

  • Use of a Certified Therapeutic Dog

  • Writing Used to Refresh Memory

  • Prior Statements of Witnesses

  • Calling and Interrogation of Witnesses by Court

  • Exclusion of Witnesses

Expert and Opinion Testimony

  • Opinion Testimony by Lay Witnesses

  • Testimony by Experts

  • Bases of Opinion Testimony by Experts

  • Opinion on Ultimate Issue

  • Disclosure of Facts or Data Underlying Expert Opinion


  • Definitions

  • Hearsay Rule

  • Hearsay Exceptions - Availability of Declarant Immaterial

  • Statements by Certain Children Regarding Physical or Sexual Abuse - Admissibility

  • Renumbered as 12 O.S. § 2611.2 by Laws 1999, SB 481, c. 108, § 1, eff. November 1, 1999

  • Hearsay Exception - Declarant Unavailable

  • Hearsay Exception - Exceptional Circumstances

  • Hearsay Within Hearsay

  • Attacking and Supporting Credibility of Declarant

Authentication and Identification

  • Requirement of Authentication or Identification

  • Self-Authentication

  • Subscribing Witness's Testimony Unnecessary

Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs

  • Definitions

  • Requirement of Original

  • Admissibility of Duplicates

  • Admissibility of Other Evidence of Contents

  • Public Records

  • Summaries

  • Testimony or Written Admission of Party

  • Functions of Judge and Jury

  • Medical Bills - Identification

  • Admissibility of Medical Expenses

  • Repealed

  • Admissibility of Evidence of Assemblage in Exercise of Free Speech or Display of Religious Beliefs

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