5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Indirect or circumstantial evidence
- Offer of Proof
- Rebuttal Evidence
- Usually, an attorney occupies ___ stage for cross examination
- State the process of the criminal trial
- a 1. Jury Selection
2. Opening Statements
3. The Prosecution's Case
4.The Defense Case
5. Closing Arguments
6. Instructions to the Jury
- b Testimonial evidence based on facts from which jurors can make inferences about other facts.
- c A statement of what the witness would say if allowed to testify
- d Normally involves bringing forward testimonial evidence that wasn't originally used in the prosecution's testimony--occurs when the defense rests its case.
- e center
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1. Motion for Judgment of acquittal
2. Motion to strike.
3. Motion for mistrial.
- The prosecutor provides witnesses and physical evidence, and the witness provides a testimony.
- One presumed to favor the opposition and one whose testimony could be harmful
- Testimonial evidence from a witness who actually saw or heard something, based on personal observation and distinctly proves a fact.
5 True/False Questions
Speculation → Asking a witness to make an educated guess about a specific event.
Example: How fast would you say the car was going?
Expert → A witness who is called before a grand jury against who the government is seeking an indictment
Hearsay → The statement of a witness that is based on what somebody else has stated, rather than the personal knowledge of witness themselves
Occurrence Witness → Witness who saw, heard, or did something related to the case.
Impeachment Procedure → Testimonial evidence from a witness who actually saw or heard something, based on personal observation and distinctly proves a fact.