Crim. No. 5580
43 Cal. 2d 132; 271 P.2d 865; 1954
Where there was prima facie proof of the existence of a conspiracy, testimony concerning a co-conspirator's statements in furtherance of the conspiracy, though made in the absence of defendant, was admissible as an exception to the hearsay rule.
Carter, Jesse W., "People v. Robinson [DISSENT]" (1954). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 229.