Evidence-Sklansky-05Spring[1]

Evidence-Sklansky-05Spring[1] - E VIDENCE S PRING 2005...

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Unformatted text preview: E VIDENCE S PRING 2005 1.Introduction ........................................................................................................................................ 2 2.Relevance and Irrelevance ................................................................................................................. 2 3. Probative value and prejudice ........................................................................................................... 3 4.Conditional Relevance ....................................................................................................................... 6 6.Introduction to Hearsay ..................................................................................................................... 7 7.Implied Assertions: .......................................................................................................................... 10 8.Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule: Prior statements by witnesses: ................................................... 12 9.Admissions by Party-Opponents: .................................................................................................. 13 10. Spontaneous and contemporaneous statements: .......................................................................... 17 11.State of Mind Exception: .............................................................................................................. 19 12. Injury reports; recorded recollection ........................................................................................... 21 13. Business records .......................................................................................................................... 23 14.Public Records, 803(8)-(10): ......................................................................................................... 25 15. Former Testimony; Dying Declarations; Declarations against Interest ...................................... 26 16. Forfeiture by wrongdoing: FRE 804(b)(6): ................................................................................. 30 17. Residual Exception: 807 .............................................................................................................. 30 18. Hearsay and Confrontation ........................................................................................................ 31 19. Bruton and Chambers ................................................................................................................ 32 20. Character: ..................................................................................................................................... 34 21. Other Uses of Specific Conduct: ................................................................................................. 37 22. Character Evidence in Cases of Sexual Assault and Child Molestation .................................... 39 23. Other Forbidden Inferences ............................................................................................................
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2010 for the course LAW 840 taught by Professor Tim during the Spring '10 term at University of Louisville.

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Evidence-Sklansky-05Spring[1] - E VIDENCE S PRING 2005...

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