(a) Subject to Section 801, the testimony of a witness concerning a particular matter is inadmissible unless he has personal knowledge of the matter. Against the objection of a party, such personal knowledge must be shown before the witness may testify concerning the matter.
(b) A witness’ personal knowledge of a matter may be shown by any otherwise admissible evidence, including his own testimony.
(Enacted by Stats. 1965, Ch. 299.)
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