Midterm Review Multiple Choice Questions

Midterm Review Multiple Choice Questions - Midterm Multiple...

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Midterm Multiple Questions Review 1 (TCO C) Which would not be a type of evidence? A. Testimony of a lay witness. B. Testimony of an expert witness. C. A particular document. D. A computer. E. All of above are types of evidence. (2) (TCO C) Which statement is false? A. Circumstantial evidence does not prove an issue directly. B. Direct evidence is always more compelling than circumstantial. C. A party who has the burden of proof also has the burden of producing evidence. D. The burden of proof in a civil trial is the preponderance of the evidence. E. None of the above is false. (3) (TCO C) Which statement is false? A. A motion in limine may be used to exclude the testimony of an expert. B. Under the concept of judicial notice, a court can take as proven certain matters that are considered indisputable. C. Circumstantial evidence is evidence from which a fact at issue may be proved directly. D. The most common form of direct evidence is testimony based on a witness's personal knowledge or observation of facts. E. None of the above is false. (4) (TCO C) Which statement is false? A. Evidence does not have to prove an issue directly. B. Evidence of habit may be admissible.
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