While the rules of evidence rarely are amended (807 had it coming though), they are often interpreted and applied in different ways each year by appellate courts. Looking back on 2019, let's see some of the most significant evidence cases from the year.*
Hicks v. Mississippi
Mississippi Court of Appeals discussed the use of the word "arrest" warrant in regards to Mississippi Rule of Evidence 404(b)
Hicks v. State, No. 2018-KA-00176-COA, 2019 WL 1771828 (Miss. Ct. App. Apr. 23, 2019)
*Many cases are still on appeal, and no one is endorsing or giving an opinion on the case. Merely that the case was significant when it was handed own.