Casenote law outlines: Evidence
[This text] includes not only full and summary outlines, but also an issue-spotting system, mini-essays explaining difficult concepts, and insider tips on how to prepare for and take evidence examinations. -Evidence according to Ken Graham.
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accident admissible to prove admitted Advisory Committee's Note apply asked assertion attorney attorney-client privilege authenticated basic facts believe best evidence rule burden of proof business records exception C.EC California called character evidence claim client common law common law rule communications privilege compromise confidential consequential fact crime criminal defendant cross-examination declarant's declaration against interest defendant's disclosure dispute doctrine document element examination Example excited utterance exclude evidence exemption expert federal courts Federal Rules former testimony FOTOMAT hearsay exception hearsay rule hearsay statement impeach inadmissible inference intended issue judicial notice jurors jury lawyer liability litigation modern statutes multiple hearsay O.O.C. statement objection offered to prove opponent out-of-court party personal knowledge physician-patient privilege plaintiff preliminary facts presumed fact presumption prior inconsistent statement procedural Prop.F.R.Ev proponent prosecution prosecutor purpose quasi-privilege question reason recollection reputation require rules of evidence spousal privileges spouse subsequent remedial measure substantive teacher unavailable writing