Law school legends series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Applying the Rules of Evidence Relevance: Rules 401 and 402 Probative Value vs. Unfair Prejudice: Rule 403 Subsequent Remedial Measures: Rule 407 Settlement Offers and Medical Expenses: Rules 408 and 409 Plea Agreements and Liability Insurance: Rules 410 and 411 Competency and Other Witness Requirements: Rules 601-606 Asking a Witness Questions: Rules 611, 612, 614 and 615 Impeachment I - Prior Statements and Religion: Rules 607, 610 and 613 Impeachment II - Character Evidence: Rule 608 Impeachment III - Prior Convictions: Rule 609 Character Evidence I - Character Evidence vs. Propensity Evidence: Rule 404(a) Character Evidence II - When and How to Admit Propensity Evidence: Rules 404(a) and 405 Character Evidence III - Using Character Evidence to Prove Something Other than Character: Rule 404(b) Habit Evidence: Rule 406 Rape Shield Law: Rule 412 Defendant's Prior Sexual Assaults: Rules 413-415 Hearsay I - Truth of the Matter Asserted: Rules 801 and 802 Hearsay II - Defining Statements: Rules 801 and 802 Hearsay Exceptions - Prior Statements: Rule 801(d)(1) Hearsay Exceptions - Present Sense Impression, Excited Utterance, Statement of Condition: Rules 803(1),(2) and (3) Hearsay Exceptions - Statements Made for Medical Purposes and Recorded Recollection: Rules 803(4) and (5) Hearsay Exceptions - Business Records and Public Records Exceptions: Rules 803(6) and (8) Hearsay Exceptions - Rule 803 Miscellaneous Exceptions, Double Hearsay, and Impeaching Declarants: Rules 805 and 806 Hearsay Exceptions - Unavailability and Former Testimony Exception: Rules 804(a) and 804(b)(1) Hearsay Exceptions - Dying Declarations and Statements Against Interest: Rules 804(b)(2) and (3) Hearsay Exceptions - Forfeiture and Residual Exceptions: Rules 804(b)(6) and 807 Hearsay Exceptions - Party Opponent Statements I: Rule 801(d)(2)(A) and (B) Hearsay Exceptions - Party Opponent Statements II: Rule 802(d)(2)(C), (D) and (E) Confrontation Clause and Crawford v. Washington Lay Opinions: Rule 701 Expert Testimony - Admissibility and Certification of Experts: Rule 702 Expert Testimony - Powers of Experts: Rules 703 and 705 Expert Testimony - Opinions and Limitations of Experts: Rules 702 and 704 Privileges - Introduction: Rule 501 Privileges - Attorney Client Privilege I: Rules 502 and 503 Privileges - Attorney Client Privilege II: Corporations and Work Product Privileges - Psychotherapist/Patient, Spousal and Others Presumptions: Rules 301 and 302 Authentication (Article 9), Original Writing (Article 10) and Judicial Notice (Article 2).
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