North Carolina Evidentiary Foundations

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LexisNexis, Apr 6, 2012 - Law - 704 pages
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Learn how to address and overcome evidentiary problems in North Carolina courtrooms. North Carolina Evidentiary Foundations brings North Carolina evidence law to life, showing you how to frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence. The book includes specific lines of questioning, demonstrating courtroom-proven trial techniques that apply North Carolina evidence law.
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
MARKING AND INTRODUCING EXHIBITS
CHAPTER 2
EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES
CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 4
DEMONSTRATE PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE
INTERESTED PERSONS
SUBSTITUTES FOR EVIDENCE
BURDEN OF PROOF AND PRESUMPTIONS
PRIVILEGES
Rule 611 Mode and Order of Interrogation and Presentation
Rule 612 Writing or Object Used to Refresh Memory
Rule 613 Prior Statement of Witnesses
Rule 614 Calling and Interrogation of Witnesses by Court
Rule 615 Exclusion of Witnesses

CHAPTER 5
5 7A Props
CREDIBILITY IMPEACHMENT AND REHABILITATION
CHAPTER 6
1114A The Doctrine
CHAPTER 7
OTHER CRIMES OR UNCHARGED MISCONDUCT EVIDENCE
HAPPENINGS IN CIVIL ACTIONS
6 INCOURT EXHIBITIONS
PRIVILEGES AND SIMILAR DOCTRINES
CHAPTER 8
INVOKING A PRIVILEGE
OPINION EVIDENCE
THE HEARSAY RULE AND ITS EXCEPTIONS
OPINIONS AND EXPERT TESTIMONY Rule 701 Opinion Testimony by Lay Witness Rule 702 Testimony by Experts Rule 703 Bases of Opinion ...
HEARSAY Rule 801 Definitions and Exception for Admissions of a PartyOpponent Rule 802 Hearsay Rule Rule 803 Hearsay Exceptions Availabilit...
JUDICIAL NOTICE
Contents
AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION Rule 901 Requirement of Authentication or Identification Rule 902 SelfAuthentication Rule 903 Sub...
CONTENTS OF WRITINGS RECORDINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS Rule 1001 Definitions Rule 1002 Requirement of Original Rule 1003 Admissibil...
Supplement
Presentation of Evidence at Trial
Bolstering Witness Before Impeachment
Legal Relevance Limitations on Evidence That
The Best EvidenceOriginal Writing Rule
The Admissions Exemption Requiring a Showing
Substitutes for Evidence
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