Crim. No. 5939
48 Cal. 2d 345; 309 P.2d 424; 1957
The prior consistent statement of a witness was properly admitted to refute an inference of recent fabrication of the testimony. A lay witness was not competent to testify as to defendant's ability to commit premeditated murder.
Carter, Jesse W., "People v. Hardenbrook" (1957). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 52.