Study Guide Exam 1(2)

Study Guide Exam 1(2) - Shields Evidence Exam 1 Study Guide...

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Shields Evidence Exam 1 Study Guide Evidence Exam 1 Please bring a scantron (green) and a couple of pencils to the exam. You may write your essay questions in ink, if you like. I will provide the paper for the essays. I will ask 2 of the following essay questions on the exam. Describe the Court process from the point of reporting a crime through filing an appeal, and please describe the role of evidence at each stage. (Lecture 1) Define evidence, then describe the difference between A). cumulative and corroborative evidence, B). real evidence and evidence substitutes. (Lecture 2) Character witnesses at trial: What are character witnesses used for, what kind of evidence can they present? Which party (defendant or prosecutor) is permitted to introduce character evidence, and are there any exceptions? How does FRE 404b relate to character evidence? (lecture 3) . Circumstantial evidence at trial: Describe the general differences between direct and circumstantial evidence. Then, from our discussion of Chapter 4, tell
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course CMJS 5233 taught by Professor Evans during the Spring '10 term at Arkansas.

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Study Guide Exam 1(2) - Shields Evidence Exam 1 Study Guide...

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