A practical guide to federal evidence: objections, responses, rules, and practice commentary
National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Jun 1, 1988 - Law - 225 pages
Each chapter of this work contains a short discussion of an evidentiary issue, a suggested objection and response, the text of the controlling Federal rule, an outline of the necessary foundation and a practice commentary.
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General Considerations Chapter 1 Objections Generally
Offers of Proof
Competence to Testify
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admissible pursuant admitted adverse party alleged victim answer as hearsay Availability of Declarant business records exception CHAPTER character evidence Commentary counsel court credibility crime criminal defendant cross examination data compilation Declarant Immaterial declarant's Definition direct examination excited utterance expert witness extrinsic evidence Federal Rule 803 Form of Response Forms of Objection hearsay answer Hearsay Exception hearsay rule impeachment improper motive inadmissible insert name instances of conduct Interrogation and Presentation issue judicial notice jury liability matter Mode and Order move to strike name of witness non-hearsay Objection and Response Objections 803 offer evidence offer of proof Order of Interrogation out-of-court statement party opponent personal or family prejudice Present sense impression prior inconsistent statement prior statement probative value proponent prove purporting purpose pursuant to Rule question calls Response Forms specific instances statement is admissible strike the answer subsequent remedial measure testify testimony of insert trial truth unavailable writing or recording