Disclosure of the Use of Hypnosis
If a witness has been hypnotized prior to trial, this fact
disclosed to the court and the defendant. In many cases the
be required under 18 U.S.C. 3500 to produce all of the witness's
statements as Jencks material. See United States
Miller, 411 F.2d 825 (2d Cir. 1969), and United States v.
supra, at 198. But see United States v.
supra (raising fact of hypnosis, and expert witness's
bolstering accurateness of hypnotically refreshed testimony, prior
testimony or defense challenge).|