State v. Abrahante

In State v. Abrahante, 56 Conn. App. 65, 70-72, 741 A.2d 976 (1999), the Court held that the trial court had not abused its discretion when it allowed three witnesses to testify regarding prior consistent statements made by the victim when those statements put into context for the jury inconsistencies in the victim's statements that were brought out during cross- examination. Id., at 72. Thus, the constancy of accusation testimony was admitted for the purpose of rehabilitating the victim's testimony. Id.