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ExamQuestion2007Fall - Evidence Examination Cardozo School...

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Evidence Examination, Cardozo School of Law, Fall Term 2007 Evidence Fall Term 2007 Prof. Peter Tillers Instructions  This examination has one question. This is an open-book take-home examination. You have 24 hours to prepare and submit an answer. You are free to consult any written material of any kind, including library materials, LEXIS, and WESTLAW. But you are not allowed to discuss the examination question or your answer with anyone . Furthermore, the usual strictures about plagiarism apply to this examination. Hence, if you borrow language or ideas from any source, you must clearly acknowledge (with citations and, when appropriate, with quotation marks) both the nature and extent of your borrowing. Your answer must not exceed fifteen (15) typewritten pages with normal margins, 12 point type, and double-spaced lines. (Fifteen pages of text with this formatting are roughly equivalent to 4000 words.) You are free to write less than fifteen pages. Except for the acronym “SPBPRL,” do not use any acronyms, abbreviations, cryptic phrases, or catchwords. Write complete sentences. Use appropriate punctuation and capitalization. Use paragraphs. Check your spelling. Follow the rules of grammar. Organize your answers. Although this examination tests your understanding of the federal law of evidence, you are expected to mention and discuss any pertinent differences between the Federal Rules of Evidence and common law rules of evidence. (You are responsible only for those differences that we have discussed in this course.) Page 1 of 3 pages
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Evidence Examination, Cardozo School of Law, Fall Term 2007 Problem Peter Plaintiff brings a civil action for damages against David Defendant in a court of the
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