Stein Sp07 Evidence Notes (Reformated) 1

Stein Sp07 Evidence Notes (Reformated) 1 - TOPIC # TOPIC #...

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Unformatted text preview: TOPIC # TOPIC # The Uncertainty Problem: Allocating the Risk of Error i. Decisional Risk (Burden shifting) 1. Price Waterhouse (1989) 2. Summers v. Tice (1948) 3. Dixon v. U.S. (2006) ii. Participatory Risk (Civil cases) 1. Matthews v. Eldridge (1976) iii. Informational Risk (Naked evid.) 1. U.S. v. Veysey (2003) 2. State v. Skipper (1994) Evidential Determination (Erie) i. Sheeley (1998) ii. Flaminio v. Honda (1984) iii. Pierce v. Guillen (2003) Evidentiary Remedies i. Exclusionary rule + exceptions 1. Havens v. U.S. (1980) 2. James v. Ill. (1990) Enforcement Fixing Rules CONSTITUTIONAL CONTROLS i. Due Process (14 th Amend) 1. Moone v. Holohan (1935) 2. Stoval v. Denno (1966) 3. Neil v. Biggers (1972) 4. Bruton v. U.S. (1967) 5. Arizona v. Youngblood (1988) 6. Illinois v. Fisher (2004) ii. Compulsory Process (6 th Amend) 1. Washington v. Texas (1967) 2. Holmes v. S.C. (2006) 3. U.S. v. Scheffer (1998) iii. Confrontation (6 th Amend) 1. Crawford v. Washington (2004) 2. Davis v. Washington (2006) 3. Ohio v. Roberts (1980) 4. California v. Green (1970) 5. Idaho v. Wright (1990) 6. Lilly v. Virginia (1999) 7. Baber v. Page (1968) iv. Ex Post Facto Rule 1. Carmel v. Texas (2000) 2. Corroboration = Outcome Determinative v. Burdens of Proof - Civil 1. Lavine v. Milne (1976) vi. Burdens of Proof Civil Rights Lit. 1. Addington v. Texas (1979) 2. Santosky v. Kramer (1982) vii. Burdens of Proof Criminal 1. In re Winship (1970) 2. Patterson v. New York (1977) 3. Mullaney v. Wilbur (1975) 4. Martin v. Ohio (1987) 5. Clark v. Arizona (1987) 6. Sandstrom v. Montana (2006) 7. County Court of Ulster v. Allen (1979) viii. Burdens of Proof - Sentencing 1. Apprendi v. New Jersey (2000) 2 3 4 5-6 7-9 10 11 13 13 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 17 17 17 18 17 18 19 20 21 21 21 21 22 22 22 23 24 24 24 HEARSAY (FRE) & RELEVANCE i. 101-106; 401-403; 801-802 a. Federal Safe Harbor Relevance Intro (104) b. 801: Definition c. 802: Hearsay Rule i. U.S. v. Zenni (1980) ii. Bourjaily v. U.S. (1987) iii. Tome v. U.S. (1995) ii. 801: Statements Which are Not Hearsay 1. Prior Statements By a Witness (Consistent and Inconsistent) 2. Identification 3. Admission by Party-Opponent 4. Co-Conspirator Statement iii. 803: Hearsay Exceptions: Availability of Declarant Immaterial 1. Present Sense Impression 2. Excited Utterance 3. Then Existing Mental, Emotional, or Physical Condition 4. Statements for Purposes of Medical Diagnosis or Treatment 5. Recorded Recollection 6. Records of Regularly Conducted Activity 18. Learned Treatises 21. Reputation as to Character 22. Judgment of Previous Conviction o U.S. v. Pheaster (1979) o Shepard v. U.S. (1933) iv. 804: Hearsay Exceptions: Declarant Unavailable a. Definition of Unavailability b. Hearsay Exceptions 1. Former Testimony 2. Statement Under Belief of Impending Death 3. Statement Against Interest 1. Williamson v. U.S. (1994) 4. Forfeiture by Wrongdoing v. 805: Hearsay within Hearsay vi. 806: Attacking and Supporting Credibility of...
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