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Evidence
1.Hearsay... Define Hearsay.
1.Hearsay... Detail the 4-step approach t…
1.Hearsay ... Hearsay is not admissible e…
1.Hearsay... Define Assertion.
Hearsay is a statement, other than one made by the declarant…
• Isolate the statement.... • Determine who is the declarant.... •…
the Supreme Court pursuant to statutory authority of or by Ac…
A statement is an oral or written assertion, or nonverbal con…
1.Hearsay... Define Hearsay.
Hearsay is a statement, other than one made by the declarant…
1.Hearsay... Detail the 4-step approach t…
• Isolate the statement.... • Determine who is the declarant.... •…
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***Evidence
What is relevant evidence?
(I) Relevance.... Relevant Evidence Admis…
(I) Relevance: ... Generally evidence fro…
(I) Relevance. ... Similar Occurrences:…
Evidence is relevant if it has any tendency to make a materia…
a. An exclusionary rule applies... or... b. Court determines that p…
1. Plaintiff's Accident History... ... 2. Similar Accidents caused…
1. Plaintiff's Accident History... - Not allowed (character evid…
What is relevant evidence?
Evidence is relevant if it has any tendency to make a materia…
(I) Relevance.... Relevant Evidence Admis…
a. An exclusionary rule applies... or... b. Court determines that p…
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Evidence
FRE 401 - "Bare Relevance" Standard
FRE 402 - "Relevant Evidence" Standard
Types of Relevant Evidence
FRE 401 - U.S. v. James
Having any tendency to make determination more or less probab…
Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence I…
1. Supports proposition about whether or not D did it.... 2. Sup…
Ogden's Violent Criminal Past - ... Records admissible to corrob…
FRE 401 - "Bare Relevance" Standard
Having any tendency to make determination more or less probab…
FRE 402 - "Relevant Evidence" Standard
Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence I…
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Evidence
FRE 104(a)
FRE 104(b)
FRE 103(a)(1)
FRE 103(a)(2)
competence of lay witnesses and qualifications of experts, ex…
CONDITIONAL RELEVANCE... 104(b), governing preliminary questions…
Objections
Offers of Proof
FRE 104(a)
competence of lay witnesses and qualifications of experts, ex…
FRE 104(b)
CONDITIONAL RELEVANCE... 104(b), governing preliminary questions…
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***Evidence
What is relevant evidence?
(I) Relevance.... Relevant Evidence Admis…
(I) Relevance: ... Generally evidence fro…
(I) Relevance. ... Similar Occurrences:…
Evidence is relevant if it has any tendency to make a materia…
a. An exclusionary rule applies... or... b. Court determines that p…
1. Plaintiff's Accident History... ... 2. Similar Accidents caused…
1. Plaintiff's Accident History... - Not allowed (character evid…
What is relevant evidence?
Evidence is relevant if it has any tendency to make a materia…
(I) Relevance.... Relevant Evidence Admis…
a. An exclusionary rule applies... or... b. Court determines that p…
Evidence
Collateral Rule
Extrinsic Evidence Rule
Oral Testimony
Real Evidence
Judges use discretion under 493 and 611 to prohibit extrinsic…
Parties may present extrinsic evidence of prior events relate…
Eye witness, people who saw event first hand. Character witne…
Any physical evidence that party claims played direct role in…
Collateral Rule
Judges use discretion under 493 and 611 to prohibit extrinsic…
Extrinsic Evidence Rule
Parties may present extrinsic evidence of prior events relate…
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Evidence
Privileges
Priv. Against Self-Incrimination
Priv. Requirements
SPOUSAL TESTIMONY
something (a relationship) that is of relevant testimony... -not…
5th Amendment not compelled to be a witness against themselve…
1) intended communication to be confidential... 2) confidentiali…
1) MARITAL TESTIMONY PRIV.... 2) CONFIDENTIAL MARITAL COMM. PRIV.
Privileges
something (a relationship) that is of relevant testimony... -not…
Priv. Against Self-Incrimination
5th Amendment not compelled to be a witness against themselve…
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Evidence
Hearsay
Declarant
character evidence
statement
A statement made out of court that is offered in court as evi…
a person who makes a statement
is a term used in the law of evidence to describe any testimo…
an oral or written assertion or nonverbal conduct of a person…
Hearsay
A statement made out of court that is offered in court as evi…
Declarant
a person who makes a statement
Evidence
LOGICAL RELEVANCE, rule
LEGAL RELEVANCE, rule for not allowing…
Similar Happenings, typically irreleva…
5 POLICY CONSIDERATIONS (to prohibit r…
if it has any tendency to make a material fact of consequence…
If the probative value of the evidence is outweighed by its p…
(1) used to show Causation; ... (2) to show a Pattern in fraudul…
(1) Liability insurance, ... (2) subsequent remedial measures,…
LOGICAL RELEVANCE, rule
if it has any tendency to make a material fact of consequence…
LEGAL RELEVANCE, rule for not allowing…
If the probative value of the evidence is outweighed by its p…
EVIDENCE
FRE 801(a-c)-Definition of Hearsay
FRE 801(a) Statement
FRE 801(b) Declarant
FRE 801(c) Hearsay
An out of court statement offered for the truth of the matter…
a person's oral, or written assertion, or nonverbal conduct (…
the person who made the statement-no non-human declarants
an out of court statement made by a declarant for the truth o…
FRE 801(a-c)-Definition of Hearsay
An out of court statement offered for the truth of the matter…
FRE 801(a) Statement
a person's oral, or written assertion, or nonverbal conduct (…
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Evidence
Rule 803
Rule 803(1)
Rule 803(2)
Rule 803(3)
Exceptions to the Rule Against Hearsay — Regardless of Whethe…
Present Sense Impression. A statement describing or explainin…
Excited Utterance. A statement relating to a startling event…
Then-Existing Mental, Emotional, or Physical Condition. A sta…
Rule 803
Exceptions to the Rule Against Hearsay — Regardless of Whethe…
Rule 803(1)
Present Sense Impression. A statement describing or explainin…
evidence
Circumstantial evidence
Questioned or unknown
Known sample
Coral Eugene Watts
relies on an inference to connect it to a conclusion of fact
Material that has been collected from a known location but is…
where each individual member of the population has a known, n…
The Sunday Morning Slasher"
Circumstantial evidence
relies on an inference to connect it to a conclusion of fact
Questioned or unknown
Material that has been collected from a known location but is…
102 terms
Evidence
FRE 401 - "Bare Relevance" Standard
FRE 402 - "Relevant Evidence" Standard
Types of Relevant Evidence
FRE 401 - U.S. v. James
Having any tendency to make determination more or less probab…
Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence I…
1. Supports proposition about whether or not D did it.... 2. Sup…
Ogden's Violent Criminal Past - ... Records admissible to corrob…
FRE 401 - "Bare Relevance" Standard
Having any tendency to make determination more or less probab…
FRE 402 - "Relevant Evidence" Standard
Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence I…
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Evidence
Order of Discussion
Relevance
Prop 8
FRE 403/CEC 352
1. Relevance... 2. Foundation/personal knowledge/"presentation"…
• Relevant evidence is evidence having a tendency to make the…
In CA, under Prop 8 no Relevant evidence shall be excluded in…
FRE 403: The court may exclude relevant evidence if its proba…
Order of Discussion
1. Relevance... 2. Foundation/personal knowledge/"presentation"…
Relevance
• Relevant evidence is evidence having a tendency to make the…
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Evidence
V wishes to testify at trial that she…
W testifies at trial that V was at the…
To prove D paid for his new Lexus, D c…
To prove P assumed the risk, W offers…
Not Hearsay because of exemption 801(d)(1)(c)... Yes, Admissible
Yes, Hearsay... Not admissible, no exception
Not Hearsay: Verbal Act/Independent Legal Significant stateme…
Declarant: Witness... If given to prove he had notice, then not…
V wishes to testify at trial that she…
Not Hearsay because of exemption 801(d)(1)(c)... Yes, Admissible
W testifies at trial that V was at the…
Yes, Hearsay... Not admissible, no exception
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Evidence
Order of Discussion
Relevance
Prop 8
FRE 403/CEC 352
1. Relevance... 2. Foundation/personal knowledge/"presentation"…
• Relevant evidence is evidence having a tendency to make the…
In CA, under Prop 8 no Relevant evidence shall be excluded in…
FRE 403: The court may exclude relevant evidence if its proba…
Order of Discussion
1. Relevance... 2. Foundation/personal knowledge/"presentation"…
Relevance
• Relevant evidence is evidence having a tendency to make the…
Evidence
Primary Sources
Secondary Sources
Physical Evidence
Documentary Evidence
First evidence, Direct evidence, from an historic event ,pers…
Next, not the first evidence. Something that interprets or an…
Evidence that is in physical form- n Artifact
Something written - includes photographs, map, drawing, hand…
Primary Sources
First evidence, Direct evidence, from an historic event ,pers…
Secondary Sources
Next, not the first evidence. Something that interprets or an…
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Evidence
Judge
Jury
Challenge Evidence Ruling
Completeness Rule
Determines preliminary questions of competency of evidence…
Determines weight and credibility of the evidence
through an objection if it is admitted ... through an offer of…
partial introduction of evidence, adverse party may compel in…
Judge
Determines preliminary questions of competency of evidence…
Jury
Determines weight and credibility of the evidence
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Evidence
FRE 801(a-c)-Definition of Hearsay
FRE 801(a) Statement
FRE 801(b) Declarant
FRE 801(c) Hearsay
a. Statement... b. Declarant... c. Hearsay
a person's oral, or written assertion, or nonverbal conduct i…
the person who made the statement-no non-human declarants
an out of court statement made by a declarant for the truth o…
FRE 801(a-c)-Definition of Hearsay
a. Statement... b. Declarant... c. Hearsay
FRE 801(a) Statement
a person's oral, or written assertion, or nonverbal conduct i…
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Evidence
evidence
primary source
secondary source
point of view
Proof that something is true
Information that comes DIRECTLY from a person who was a part…
Information from someone who DID NOT take part of the event
attitude about people or life
evidence
Proof that something is true
primary source
Information that comes DIRECTLY from a person who was a part…
Evidence
goal
practice
score
impatient
something you are trying to achieve
to do something again and again in order to become better at it
the number of points received (on a test, in a soccer game)
not willing to wait for someone or something
goal
something you are trying to achieve
practice
to do something again and again in order to become better at it
Evidence
Rule 401: Relevance
Rule 402: Relevant Evidence Admissibil…
Probative Value
Subjective belief
o It has any tendency to make a fact of more or less probable…
Any relevant evidence is admissible unless it violates ... o The…
Refers to the persuasive weight of evidence. Anything on a sc…
of evidence rather than hindsight evidence; subjective is all…
Rule 401: Relevance
o It has any tendency to make a fact of more or less probable…
Rule 402: Relevant Evidence Admissibil…
Any relevant evidence is admissible unless it violates ... o The…
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Evidence--
FRE 401 - "Bare Relevance" Standard
FRE 402 - "Relevant Evidence" Standard
Types of Relevant Evidence
FRE 401 - U.S. v. James
Having any tendency to make determination more or less probab…
Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence I…
1. Supports proposition about whether or not D did it.... 2. Sup…
Ogden's Violent Criminal Past - ... Records admissible to corrob…
FRE 401 - "Bare Relevance" Standard
Having any tendency to make determination more or less probab…
FRE 402 - "Relevant Evidence" Standard
Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence I…
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Evidence
801(d)(1)(A)
801(d)(1)(B)
801(d)(1)(C)
801(d)(2)(A)
PRIOR INCONSISTENT STATEMENT... 1. Declarant testifies at th…
PRIOR CONSISTENT STATEMENT... 1. Declarant testifies at the…
PRIOR STATEMENT FOR IDENTIFICATION... 1. Declarant testifies
INDIVIDUAL ADMISSION... 1. Statement must be made by a party
801(d)(1)(A)
PRIOR INCONSISTENT STATEMENT... 1. Declarant testifies at th…
801(d)(1)(B)
PRIOR CONSISTENT STATEMENT... 1. Declarant testifies at the…
Evidence
Probabilistic Evidence
104
5 Basic Question to Explain Evidentiar…
Reasons for Evidence Law
Collins... 1. Statistical Evidence may be used where the propone…
Judge decides prelimiary issues of privlidge, simple/codition…
1. What is the evidence being proffered?... 2. Who is the propon…
a. Mistrust of Juries: ... b. Substantive Policies relating to t…
Probabilistic Evidence
Collins... 1. Statistical Evidence may be used where the propone…
104
Judge decides prelimiary issues of privlidge, simple/codition…
Evidence
Rule 101
Rule 1101(a)
Rule 1101(b)
Rule 1101(c)
Scope; Definitions... These rules apply to proceedings in Unite…
Applicability of the Rules... (a) To Courts and Judges... These Rul…
Applicability of the Rules... (b) To Cases and Proceedings... These…
Applicability of the Rules... (c) Rules on Privilege... These rules…
Rule 101
Scope; Definitions... These rules apply to proceedings in Unite…
Rule 1101(a)
Applicability of the Rules... (a) To Courts and Judges... These Rul…
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Evidence
Relevancy
Logical relevance... (FRE 401)
Legal relevance ... (FRE 403)
Subsequent remedies... (FRE 407)
For any item of evidence to be admissible, it has to be both…
For evidence to be admissible, it must be logically relevant.…
Evidence can be excluded by the court if its probative value…
Bars subsequent remedial measures to prove liabiltiy, fault,…
Relevancy
For any item of evidence to be admissible, it has to be both…
Logical relevance... (FRE 401)
For evidence to be admissible, it must be logically relevant.…
Evidence
Rule 102
Rule 103
Rule 104
Rule 105
...
...
...
Limiting Instructions. Judge can give these instructions to t…
Rule 102
...
Rule 103
...
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Evidence
Rule 401
Rule 401(a)
Rule 401(b)
Irrelevant Evidence
Test for Relevant Evidence... Evidence is relevant if:... -(a) it h…
Evidence is relevant if: it has any tendency to make a fact m…
The fact is of consequence in... determining the action.
- (1) it is not probative of the proposition at... which it's di…
Rule 401
Test for Relevant Evidence... Evidence is relevant if:... -(a) it h…
Rule 401(a)
Evidence is relevant if: it has any tendency to make a fact m…
Evidence
Rule 104. Preliminary Questions (a)
Rule 104. Preliminary Questions (b) Re…
Rule 104. Preliminary Questions (c) Co…
Rule 104. Preliminary Questions (d) Cr…
(a) In General. The court must decide any preliminary questio…
(b) Relevance That Depends on a Fact. When the relevance of e…
c) Conducting a Hearing So That the Jury Cannot Hear It. The…
(d) Cross-Examining a Defendant in a Criminal Case. By testif…
Rule 104. Preliminary Questions (a)
(a) In General. The court must decide any preliminary questio…
Rule 104. Preliminary Questions (b) Re…
(b) Relevance That Depends on a Fact. When the relevance of e…
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Evidence
hearsay
relevant evidence
excited utterance
demonstrative evidence
Out of court statement offered to prove the truth of the matt…
anything having tendency in reason to prove or disprove a fac…
Statement concerning a startling event and made while declara…
Workproduct prepared for presentation to the fact finder to i…
hearsay
Out of court statement offered to prove the truth of the matt…
relevant evidence
anything having tendency in reason to prove or disprove a fac…
38 terms
Evidence
FRE 606(a)
FRE 606(b)(1)
FRE 606(b)(2)
FRE 401
At the Trial. A juror may not testify as a witness before the…
(b) During an Inquiry into the Validity of a Verdict or Indic…
(2) Exceptions. A juror may testify about whether:... (A) extra…
Evidence is relevant if:... (a) it has any tendency to make a f…
FRE 606(a)
At the Trial. A juror may not testify as a witness before the…
FRE 606(b)(1)
(b) During an Inquiry into the Validity of a Verdict or Indic…
128 terms
Evidence
Rule 103 (a): preserving a Claim of Er…
Rule 103 (a)(1)
Rule 103 (a)(1) (A) and (B)
Rule 103 (a)(2)
a party may claim error in a ruling to admit to or exclude ev…
if the ruling admits evidence a party, on the record
timely objects or moves to strike; AND states specific ground…
if the ruling excludes evidence, a party informs the court of…
Rule 103 (a): preserving a Claim of Er…
a party may claim error in a ruling to admit to or exclude ev…
Rule 103 (a)(1)
if the ruling admits evidence a party, on the record
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Evidence
Pragmatic Considerations to bar releva…
P's accident history
Similar Accidents Caused by Same Instr…
Intent at Issue.
The danger of unfair prejudice... Confusion of the issues... The da…
Plaintiff's accident history is inadmissible because it shows…
Other accidents involving defendant are inadmissible because…
Prior similar conduct of a person may be admissible to raise…
Pragmatic Considerations to bar releva…
The danger of unfair prejudice... Confusion of the issues... The da…
P's accident history
Plaintiff's accident history is inadmissible because it shows…
39 terms
Evidence
Rule 404. Character Evidence
Rule 404. Character Evidence. Crimes,…
Rule 405. Method of Proving Character
Categories of Evidence
(a)(1): Prohibited Uses. Evidence of a person's character or…
(b)(1) Prohibited Uses. Evidence of crime, wrong, or other ac…
(a) By Reputation or Opinion. When evidence of a person's cha…
1. Real Evidence. Guns, contracts, etc.... 2. Representative. B…
Rule 404. Character Evidence
(a)(1): Prohibited Uses. Evidence of a person's character or…
Rule 404. Character Evidence. Crimes,…
(b)(1) Prohibited Uses. Evidence of crime, wrong, or other ac…
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Evidence
Improper questioning
Logical relevance
Legal relevance
Character evidence (civil)
Leading, compound, assumes facts not in evidence, argumentati…
Evidence is relevant if it has a tendency to make a fact more…
Relevant evidence may be excluded if its probative value is s…
In a civil case, character evidence is not admissible to prov…
Improper questioning
Leading, compound, assumes facts not in evidence, argumentati…
Logical relevance
Evidence is relevant if it has a tendency to make a fact more…
Evidence
"Truth in Evidence" amendment to Calif…
Relevance
Rule. 403 - Discretion to Exclude Rele…
Liability Insurance
All relevant evidence admissible in a criminal case, even if…
Irrelevant evidence is inadmissible. Relevant evidence might…
Even if evidence is relevant, court has discretion to exclude…
Evidence of liability insurance is inadmissible to prove culp…
"Truth in Evidence" amendment to Calif…
All relevant evidence admissible in a criminal case, even if…
Relevance
Irrelevant evidence is inadmissible. Relevant evidence might…
Evidence
Relevance
Exclusion of Relevant Evidence
Character Evidence
Judicial Notice
Evidence is relevant if it tends to make the existence of any…
Evidence, though relevant, may be excluded where its probativ…
Purpose: ... - Circumstantial evidence of how a person probably…
Judicial Notice of Facts: ... - This is a recognition of facts a…
Relevance
Evidence is relevant if it tends to make the existence of any…
Exclusion of Relevant Evidence
Evidence, though relevant, may be excluded where its probativ…
Evidence
Relevant Evidence
The probative value of RELEVANT EVIDEN…
Subsequent Remedial Measures
Settlement talks or admission of fault…
Evidence having any tendency to make a material fact more or…
a) unfair prejudice ... b) confusion of the issues ... c) mislead t…
Inadmissible to show propensity but admissible to show FICO (…
Inadmissible so long as there is a DISPUTE as to fault or dam…
Relevant Evidence
Evidence having any tendency to make a material fact more or…
The probative value of RELEVANT EVIDEN…
a) unfair prejudice ... b) confusion of the issues ... c) mislead t…
33 terms
Evidence
Relevant Evidence
Attacking a Relevance Problem
Rule 401 Test for Relevance
Rule 402 Relevant Evidence
must have a logical tendency to prove or disprove a fact of c…
1) Is the evidence relevant? (401)... 2) What is the evidence's…
evidence is relevant if (a) it has any tendency to make a fac…
Relevant evidence is admissible unless any of the following p…
Relevant Evidence
must have a logical tendency to prove or disprove a fact of c…
Attacking a Relevance Problem
1) Is the evidence relevant? (401)... 2) What is the evidence's…
227 terms
Evidence
Evidence
Six categories of evidence
Three types of witnesses that provide…
Fact witness
Testimony, writings, material objects, or other things presen…
(1) Oral testimony... (2) Real evidence... (3) Documents... (4) Demons…
(1) Fact witnesses... (2) Expert witnesses... (3) Character witnesses
A witness who perceived facts related to the lawsuit and test…
Evidence
Testimony, writings, material objects, or other things presen…
Six categories of evidence
(1) Oral testimony... (2) Real evidence... (3) Documents... (4) Demons…
38 terms
Evidence
Relevant evidence is admissible if
Relevant evidence is
Direct Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
It is competent
Probative and material
Testimony or real evidence that speaks directly to a material…
Indirect and relied on inference; Evidence of a subsidiary or…
Relevant evidence is admissible if
It is competent
Relevant evidence is
Probative and material
40 terms
Evidence
Form - Basic Rules
Form - Objections
Purpose - Logical Relevance
Purpose - Legal Relevance
The court shall:... 1. ensure interrogations are effective to ob…
515-1311 [abc-hiln]... 5. ambiguous, argumentative, a&a, auth.,…
1. Tendency... 2. to make the existence ... 3. of any fact of conse…
1. Excluded if... 2. probative value is ... 3. substantially outwei…
Form - Basic Rules
The court shall:... 1. ensure interrogations are effective to ob…
Form - Objections
515-1311 [abc-hiln]... 5. ambiguous, argumentative, a&a, auth.,…
18 terms
Evidence
Relevance Rules
Relevant Evidence Test (401)
Rule 401 Metaphor
U.S. v. Foster
401: tends to prove a disputed fact.... 402: relevant evidence c…
Rule 401... Evidence is relevant if:... a) it has any tendency to…
"A brick is not a wall."
401 Relevance Case
Relevance Rules
401: tends to prove a disputed fact.... 402: relevant evidence c…
Relevant Evidence Test (401)
Rule 401... Evidence is relevant if:... a) it has any tendency to…
EVIDENCE
Why does the court have the responsibi…
Rule 104(a) - Court Must Decide Prelim…
Relevance - Rules
Rule 401 - Definition of Relevance
If the task were assigned to the jury, jurors would listen to…
The court must decide any preliminary questions about whether…
Rules 104(a), 104(b), 401, 402, and 403
Evidence is relevant if it has Any Tendency to make a Fact Mo…
Why does the court have the responsibi…
If the task were assigned to the jury, jurors would listen to…
Rule 104(a) - Court Must Decide Prelim…
The court must decide any preliminary questions about whether…
89 terms
Evidence
Adoptive Admission
Victims's Peacfulness
Juvenile Conviction in a Civil Case
Civil Case: Personal Character Trait
(i) The person was present and heard and understood the state…
1. Homicide case 2. Rebut evidence that the victim was the fi…
609(d) Never admissible
Generally is inadmissible to prove that the person acted in a…
Adoptive Admission
(i) The person was present and heard and understood the state…
Victims's Peacfulness
1. Homicide case 2. Rebut evidence that the victim was the fi…
Evidence
Attorney-Client privilege exception
Specific Acts of Misconduct
Specific Acts of Misconduct - Exception
Specific Acts - Impeachment
1. If attorney's services were sought to aid in the planning…
General Rule - Evidence of a person's other crimes or miscond…
Admissible if:... - Issues are independently relevant ... - Where…
1. A witness's credibility may be impeached by evidence of sp…
Attorney-Client privilege exception
1. If attorney's services were sought to aid in the planning…
Specific Acts of Misconduct
General Rule - Evidence of a person's other crimes or miscond…
Evidence
first thing to answer in a test questi…
admissibility of statement "I'm gonna…
Limited admissibility ... Arguments for…
Conditional relevance requires
must be relevant and material to a disputed issue ... proponent…
I'm gonna break your arm is ok but the jury might hold the fa…
OPPONENT: jury will use the info only for the permitted use -…
requires several witnesses to lay proper foundation of admiss…
first thing to answer in a test questi…
must be relevant and material to a disputed issue ... proponent…
admissibility of statement "I'm gonna…
I'm gonna break your arm is ok but the jury might hold the fa…
Evidence
Test for Relevant Evidence
Materiality
Probativeness
General Admissibility of Relevant Evid…
Evidence is relevant if: (a) probabitveness: it has any tende…
Whether the evidence offered relates to an issue in the case.…
Whether evidence logicially tends to prove a proposition for…
Relevant evidence is admissible unless any of the following p…
Test for Relevant Evidence
Evidence is relevant if: (a) probabitveness: it has any tende…
Materiality
Whether the evidence offered relates to an issue in the case.…
151 terms
EVIDENCE
FRE 801(a-c)-Definition of Hearsay
FRE 801(a) Statement
FRE 801(b) Declarant
FRE 801(c) Hearsay
An out of court statement offered for the truth of the matter…
a person's oral, or written assertion, or nonverbal conduct (…
the person who made the statement-no non-human declarants
an out of court statement made by a declarant for the truth o…
FRE 801(a-c)-Definition of Hearsay
An out of court statement offered for the truth of the matter…
FRE 801(a) Statement
a person's oral, or written assertion, or nonverbal conduct (…
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