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Argumentative Asked and Answered Assuming Facts Not in Evidence Authentication of Physical Evidence Authentication: Voice-Telephone Conversations, Tape Recordings Best Evidence Rule Beyond the Scope Chain of Custody Character Witness: Hypothetical Question Assuming Guilt Closing Argument Compound Question Continuing Objection Crimes, Wrongs or Other Acts Cumulative Curative Instructions Discovery Rules: Failure to Comply (Civil Cases) Discovery Rules: Failure to Comply (Criminal Cases) Evidence Excluded by Statute: Classified Information Procedures Act Evidence Excluded by Statute: Federal Highway Safety Act Evidence Excluded by Statute: Federally Authorized Tax Practitioners Evidence Excluded by Statute: National Transportation Safety Board ("NTSB") Reports Expert Witness: Assessing Credibility Prohibited Expert Witness: Competence to Testify Expert Witness: Legal Opinion Expert Witness: Requisite Degree of Certainty Expert Witness: Testimony Based in Part on Hearsay-Conduit Witness Expert Witness: Ultimate Issue Habit/Routine Practice Hearsay: Author's Note Confrontation-Criminal Cases Hearsay: Generally Hearsay: Multiple Hearsay Hearsay Exemption: Admission-Party's Own Statement Hearsay Exemption: Adoptive Admission Hearsay Exemption: Admission by Agent Hearsay Exemption: Admission by Co-Conspirator Hearsay Exemption: Admission-Persons Authorized to Speak Hearsay Exception: Ancient Documents Hearsay Exception: Business Records Hearsay Exception: Dying Declaration Hearsay Exception: Excited Utterance Hearsay Exception: Forfeiture by Wrongdoing Hearsay Exception: Former Testimony Hearsay Exception: Learned Treatise Hearsay Exception: Market Reports, Commercial Publications Hearsay Exceptions: Personal or Family History Hearsay Exception: Present Sense Impression Hearsay Exemption: Prior Consistent Statement Hearsay Exception: Public Records and Reports Hearsay Exception: Recorded Recollection Hearsay Exception: Reputation Concerning Boundaries or General History Hearsay Exception: Residual ("Catchall") Exception Hearsay Exception: Statement Against Interest Hearsay Exception: Statements for Purposes of Medical Diagnosis or Treatment Hearsay Exception: Statements in Documents Affecting an Interest in Property Hearsay Exception: Then Existing Mental, Emotional Condition (State of Mind) Hearsay Exception: Then Existing Physical Condition Impeachment: Bias, Interest, Motive Impeachment: Credibility-Specific Conduct Impeachment: Prior Convictions Insurance Judge's Questions Judgment as a Matter of Law-Motion Judicial Admissions Judicial Notice Juror Questioning Jury Instructions Lay Witness Opinion Leading Question Legal Conclusion Limiting (Cautionary) Instructions Mistrial-Motion Models, Maps, Charts and Other Visual Aids Motion to Strike Narrative Answer Non-Responsive Answer Offer of Proof Opening the Door: Curative Admissibility Opening Statement Other Sexual Behavior Parol Evidence Rule Personal Knowledge Photographs Polling the Jury Polygraph Pretrial Experiments Prior Inconsistent Statements Privilege: Attorney-Client Privilege: Clergy Privilege: Confidential Informer Privilege: Deliberative Process Privilege: Husband and Wife Privilege: Journalist Privilege: Military and State Secrets Privilege Privilege: Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege: Self-Incrimination Refreshing Present Recollection Relevance Religious Belief Reopening the Case-Motion Repetition Rule of Completeness (Remainder of or Related Writings or Recorded Statements) Sequester Witnesses-Motion Sequestration: Violation of Order Settlement: Offers to Compromise Speculation Subsequent Remedial Measures Summaries Unfair Prejudice Vague and Ambiguous Question Voir Dire of Witness (as to Admissibility of Testimony or Demonstrative Evidence) Vouching Appendix: Federal Rules of Evidence.
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Revision of: Gibbons, Charles B. Student's guide to trial objections. Fourth edition. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,