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Evidence, Exhibits & Experts

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Evidence, Exhibits & Experts

The "facts of the case" are what the jury is going to believe at the end of the trial.  What they believe will depend on the evidence you can get in and keep out.  This insightful video and accompanying written material use the Federal Rules of Evidence as a guide.

Comparison of all Evidence courses: Evidence I and II cover how to present evidence at trial, how to get documents in or keep them out.  Evidence Exhibits and Experts covers the rules of evidence and how to use them to your advantage.

Click below to view an excerpt from:  Trying Cases to Win, Evidence, Exhibits & Experts that discusses proper authentication and laying a foundation.

Key Points Covered:

  • How you can use the rules of evidence to get your evidence admitted
  • How you can use the rules of evidence to keep your adversary's evidence out
  • What rules you can use to get in evidence that would otherwise be inadmissibile because it's outright hearsay
  • How you can make your evidence uncross-examinable
  • How to use the rules of evidence to develop deposition strategies

Detailed Course Outline

DISK 1

The importance of using the rules correctly
Rule 401 - Relevant evidence admissible
Rule 402 - Irrelevant evidence inadmissible
Rule 106 - The rule of completeness
Rule 104(a) - Questions of admissibility generally
Rule 104(b) - Relevancy Conditioned on Fact
Rule 802 - Hearsay not admissible
DOOR OPENERS - THE 803 SERIES
Rule 803 - Hearsay Exception
Rule 803(2) - Excited Utterances
Rule 602 - Lack of personal knowledge
Rule 803(1) - Present sense impression
Rule 803(4) - Statements for purposes of medical diagnosis or treatment
Rule 803(3) - Then existing mental, emotional or physical conditions
Rule 803(8) - Public records and reports
Rule 803(5) - Recorded recollection
Rule 803(6) - Records of regularly conducted activity
LAYING A FOUNDATION
Rule 901(a) - Requirement of authentication and identification general provision
Rule 901(b) - Requirement of authentication and illustrations
Rule 901(B)(1) - Testimony of witness with knowledge Exhibits at Trial Edmundson v. Officers
Roe, Dow, & Moe case file
Video Demonstration by Marietta Robinson

DISK 2

Exhibits at trial, Edmundson Case, continued demonstration voir dire of the witness by Mike Fontham opposing the offer of the photograph into evidence
Rule 901(b)(4) - Illustrations - Distinctive Characteristics and the like
Rule 406 - Habit & custom
DOOR OPENERS - RULE 801 STATEMENTS WHICH ARE NOT HEARSAY
Rule 801(d)(1) and 801(d)(2)
Rule 801(d)(1)(A) - Prior statement by witness - inconsistent with testimony
Rule 105 - Limited admissibility
Rule 801(d)(1)(B) - Prior statement by witness - consistent with testimony
Impact of this rule on strategy for taking deposition of witness
Rule 801(d)(1)(C) - Prior statement by witness - identification
Rule 801(d)(2)(A) - Admission by party-opponent - Party's own statement
Impact of rule for strategies for depositions of adverse parties
Rule 801(d)(2)(B) - Admission by Party-opponent - adoption
Rule 801(d)(2)(e) - Admission by party-opponent - authorized
Rule 408 - Compromise and offers to compromise
Rule 801(d)(2)(D) - Admission by party-opponent - Statements by agents of parties
Rule 801(d)(2)(E) - Admission by Party-opponent - Co-conspirator
Rule 806 - Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant
Rule 805 - Hearsay within hearsay: the "totem pole rule"
DOOR OPENERS - THE 804 SERIES
Rule 804(a) - Definition of unavailability
Rule 804(b) - Hearsay Exceptions
Rule 804(b)(2) - Hearsay Exceptions - Statement under belief of impending death
Rule 804(b)(3) - Hearsay Exceptions - Statement against interest
Rule 804(5), 803(24) - The catchall exceptions
DOOR CLOSERS
Rule 403 - Exclusion of relevant evidence on grounds of prejudice, confusion, or waste of time
Rule 407 - Subsequent Remedial Measures
Rule 602 - Lack of Personal Knowledge
People v. Boland - Applying the rules of evidence to a case file

DISK 3

General Review of how to use the rules
Rule 105 - Limited admissibility
How to use the rules to protect your case for appeal
Rule 804(B)(1) - Use of prior testimony in unrelated cases
MOTIONS IN LIMINE
Rule 104(c) - Preliminary questions - hearing of jury
Rule 103(c) - Rulings on evidence - hearing of jury
Rule 103(a)(1) - Rulings on evidence, effect of erroneous ruling - objection
Rule 103(a)(2) - Rulings on evidence, effect of erroneous ruling - offer of proof
EXPERTS AT TRIAL
Fromer v. Wilson - analysis of case file and application of the rules of evidence
700 Series - Opinions & expert testimony
Rule 701 - Opinion testimony by lay witnesses
Rule 702 - Testimony by experts
Rule 704 - Opinion on ultimate issue
Rule 703 - Basis for the expert's opinion
Video demonstration - Motions in limine, stipulation and opening statements in Fromer v. Wilson

DISK 4

Video Demonstrations: Direct & Cross-examination of dentist expert in Fromer v. Wilson
Use of the 700 series - opinions of experts
Direct examination of expert witness - How to lead with out leading
Video demonstration: Cross-examination of an expert witness
Impeaching the expert witness - use of rule 613(a)

Viewing Time: 6 hours


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