Sum & substance CD series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Introduction What Is the Law of Evidence About? Basic Areas of Evidence Law Role of Lawyer, Jury, and Judge Objections - Timeliness and Specificity Requirements Objections - Motions in Limine Appellate Review of Evidence Rulings Background About the Federal Rules of Evidence Relevancy - General Definition of Relevance Direct and Circumstantial Evidence Conditional Relevancy Discretionary Exclusion Reasons for Excluding Relevant Evidence Legal v. Logical Relevancy Exclusion Under Rule 403 - General Similar Happenings Evidence Statistical Evidence Photographs Reenactments and Demonstrations Standard of Care Relevancy - Specific Rules Subsequent Remedial Measures Compromise Evidence Plea Bargain Evidence Offers to Pay Medical Expenses Liability Insurance Character Evidence Other Crimes Evidence Habit Hearsay Defined Hearsay Exceptions Mnemonic Admissions by Party Opponent Declaration Against Interest Dying Declaration Former Testimony Forfeiture Definition of Unavailability Excited Utterance and Present Sense Impression State of Mind Statement for Medical Diagnosis or Treatment Business Record Public Record Learned Treatise Identification Residual Confrontation Clause Witness Competency Direct and Cross-Examination Leading Questions Present Recollection Refreshed Past Recollection Recorded Scope of Cross-Examination Impeachment Voucher Rule Techniques of Impeachment Bolstering and Rehabilitation Opinion and Expert Testimony Authentication Best Evidence Rule Privileges Types of Privileges Elements of Communication Privileges Attorney-Client Privilege Doctor and Psychotherapist-Patient Privileges Clergy Communication Privilege Marital Communication Privilege Marital Testimonial Privilege Judicial Notice Presumptions.
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