present sense impression
(plural present sense impressions)
- (law) A statement made by a person (the declarant) that conveys his or her sense of the state of an event or the condition of something, made spontaneously while the person was perceiving (i.e. contemporaneous with) the event or condition, or "immediately thereafter."
present sense impression - Legal Definition
A person’s impression of an event either while or immediately after its occurrence. Such impression is admissible evidence, even if it is hearsay.