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- Evidence Examination Cardozo School of Law Fall Term 2008 Evidence B Fall Term 2008 Prof Peter Tillers Instructions You are free to consult an

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Evidence Examination, Cardozo School of Law, Fall Term 2008 Evidence B Fall Term 2008 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 4,000 words. You are free to write less than 4,000  words. 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. Page 1 of 5 pages
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Evidence Examination, Cardozo School of Law, Fall Term 2008 Problem Peter Plaintiff brings a civil action for damages against David Defendant in a  federal district court. Plaintiff's complaint avers that Defendant assaulted and  maimed   Plaintiff   and   that   Defendant's   attack   on   Plaintiff   was   motivated   by 
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