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Oral argument by attorneys before the California Supreme Court on April 11, 1990 in a case where a defendant charged with multiple counts of sexually molesting children appealed his convictions, asserting that the victims' testimony was "generic" and not sufficient to establish his guilt. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions have followed the court's rulings in this case 28 times during the period 1990-2013. Additional Descriptive Notes: People v. Jones (1990) 51 Cal. 3d 294 (Citation). Label on tape: "April 11, 1990, People v. Jones, LA, S010191, #8"
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