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EVIDENCE A. evidence ....................................................................................................................................... 1 B. I. ...................................................... Evidence: Cat I: Presentation of Evid (A. Intro of evidence) ...................................................................................................................................................... 2 C. II. Evidence: Cat I: Presentation of Evid (B. Presumptions) – ......................................................... 3 D. III. ..................................................... Evidence: Cat I: Presentation of Evid (C. Mode and order) 4 E. IV. .......................... Evidence: Cat I: Presentation of Evid (D. Impeachment/Contradiction/Rehab) 4 F. V. Evidence: Cat II: Relevancy & Excl Evid (A. Probative value) ..................................................... 6 G. VI. ......................... Evidence: Cat II: Relevancy & Excl Evid (B. Authentication and identification) 7 H. VII. .......................... Evidence: Cat II: Relevancy & Excl Evid (C. Character and related concepts) 8 I. VIII. Evidence: Cat II: Relevancy & Excl Evid (D. Expert testimony) ............................................ 10 J. IX. ................ Evidence: Cat II: Relevancy & Excl Evid (E. Real/Demonstrative/Experimental evid) 12 K. X.Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (A. Spousal immunity/Marital privilege) ...................... 13 L. XI. .......................... Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (B. Attorney-client and work product) 13 M. XII. ....................... Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (C. Physician/psychotherapist-patient) 14 N. XIII. Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (D. Other privileges) ............................................... 15 O. XIV. Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (E. Insurance coverage) .......................................... 15 P. XV. ............................................. Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (F. Remedial measures) 15 Q. XVI. Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (G. Compromise/Pmt of medical exp/Plea neg) ....... 15 R. XVII. ............................ Evidence: Cat III: Privileges/Exclusions (H. Past sexual conduct of victim) 16 S. XVIII. ................................... Evidence: Cat IV: Writings/Recs/Photos (A. Requirement of original) 16 T. XIX. Evidence: Cat IV: Writings/Recs/Photos (B. Summaries) ....................................................... 17 U. XX. ............................................. Evidence: Cat IV: Writings/Recs/Photos (C. Completeness rule) 17 V. XXI. Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (A. Definition of hearsay) .................................... 17 W. XXII. .............. Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (B. Present sense imp/Excited utterance) 19 X. XXIII. ............. Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (C. Stmts of mental & physical condition) 19 Y. XXIV. .................. Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (D. Statements for medical diagnosis) 19 Z. XXV. .............................. Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (E. Past recollection recorded) 20 AA. XXVI. ..................... Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (G. Public records and reports) 20
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BB. XXVII. ................ Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (I. Former testimony/Depositions) 21 CC. XXVIII. ................ Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (J. Statements against interest) 21 DD. XXIX. ...................... Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (K. Other hearsay exceptions) 22 EE. XXX. ..................... Evidence: Cat V: Hearsay & Admissibility (L. Right to confront witnesses) 22 I. EVIDENCE: CAT I: PRESENTATION OF EVID (A. INTRO OF EVIDENCE) –All Evidence questions should be answered according to the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) 1. Requirement of Personal Knowledge a. Proponent of evidence must establish proper foundation to introduce evidence at civil or criminal trial. b. Witness testimony – proponent must demonstrate that testimony will be supported by the personal knowledge of the witness. (i) Evidence to prove personal knowledge may (but need not) consist of the witness' own testimony.
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  • Spring '08
  • WOOLEY
  • The Bible, assault, Evidence law

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