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Courtroom evidence.

Author: United States. Department of Justice. Office of Legal Education.
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : Executive Office for United States Attorneys, Office of Legal Education, [2011]
Series: OLE litigation series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
Summary:
Courtroom Evidence is a practical skills manual. An attorney can consult it, and learn enough about the rules of evidence to use the predicate questions with confidence. A close study of Courtroom Evidence will give any trial lawyer expert knowledge of the evidence code.--p. xiv.
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: United States. Department of Justice. Office of Legal Education.
OCLC Number: 773828766
Notes: Shipping list no.: 2012-0102-P.
"December 2011"--Cover.
Description: xiv, 357 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword and acknowledgments --
List of chapters --
Article 1: General provisions --
Article 2: Judicial notice --
Article 3: Presumptions in civil cases --
Article 4: Relevancy and its limits --
Article 5: Privileges --
Article 6: Witnesses --
Article 7: Opinion and expert witness testimony --
Article 8: Hearsay --
Article 9: Authentication and identification --
Article 10: Contents of writings, recordings, and photographs --
Article 11: Miscellaneous rules --
Index --
Article 1: General Provisions: --
Rule 101: Scope; definitions --
Rule 102: Purpose --
Rule 103: Rulings on evidence --
Describing witness's non-verbal testimony for the record --
Rule 104: Preliminary questions --
Rule 104(a) affidavits and Crawford --
Introducing a self-authenticating document without a witness --
Jackson v Denno hearings --
Voluntariness foundation questions --
Advice of Miranda rights --
Rule 105: Limiting evidence that is not admissible against other parties or for other purposes --
Rule 106: Remainder of or related writings or recorded statements --
Article 2: Judicial Notice: --
Rule 201: Judicial notice of adjudicative facts --
Article 3: Presumptions In Civil Cases: --
Rule 301: Presumptions in civil cases generally --
Rule 302: Applying state law to presumptions in civil cases --
Rule 303: Presumptions in criminal cases [not enacted]. Article 4: Relevancy And Its Limits: --
Rule 401: Test for relevant evidence --
Rule 402: General admissibility of relevant evidence --
Rule 403: Excluding relevant evidence for prejudice, confusion, waste of time, or other reasons --
Rule 403 defense experts --
Alternate perpetrators --
Gang and terror organization membership --
Rule 404: Character evidence; crimes or other acts --
404(a): Character evidence generally --
404(b): Crimes, wrongs, or other acts --
Prior acts intertwined with charged offense --
Rule 405: Methods of providing character --
Reputation for honesty --
Opinion on character --
Cross-examination of a character witness ---
Rule 406: Habit; routine practice --
Lack of intent to steal --
Routine practice of a business or organization --
Custom and usage --
Rule 407: Subsequent remedial measures --
Rule 408: Compromise offers and negotiations --
Rule 409: Offers to pay medical and similar expenses --
Rule 410: Pleas, plea discussions, and related statements --
Statements made during plea discussions --
Rule 411: Liability insurance --
Rule 412: Sex-offense cases: the victim sexual behavior or predisposition --
Rule 413: Similar crimes in sexual assault cases --
Rule 414: Similar crimes in child-molestation cases --
Rule 415: Similar acts in civil cases involving sexual assault or child molestation --
Article 5: Privileges: --
Rule 501: Privilege in general --
Rule 502: Attorney-client privilege and work product; limitations on waiver. Article 6: Witnesses: --
Rule 601: Competency to testify in general --
Rule 602: Need for personal knowledge --
Rule 603: Oath or affirmation to testify truthfully --
Rule 604: Interpreter --
Qualifying an interpreter --
Rule 605: Judge's competency as a witness --
Rule 606: Juror's competency as a witness --
Rule 607: Who may impeach a witness --
Rule 608: Witness's character for truthfulness or untruthfulness --
Cross-examination about prior adverse credibility findings --
Reputation of witness for truthfulness --
Opinion of witness's truthfulness --
Opinion of informant's truthfulness --
Bolstering with a plea agreement --
Rule 609: Impeachment by evidence of a criminal conviction --
Acknowledgment of a prior conviction --
Denial of a prior conviction --
Rule 610: Religious beliefs or opinions --
Rule 611: Mode and order of examining witnesses and presenting evidence --
Demonstrative and real evidence --
Pedagogical charts --
Objections --
Cross-examination --
Defendant's silence --
Leading questions --
Rule 612: Writing used to refresh a witness's memory --
Reading notes to refresh memory --
Remembering details in a report --
Rule 613: Witness's prior statement --
Extrinsic evidence of prior inconsistent oral statements --
Examination of witness on prior inconsistent written statement --
Rule 614: Court's calling or examining a witnesses --
Rule 615: Excluding witnesses --
Article 7: Opinion And Expert Witness Testimony: --
Rule 701: Opinion testimony by lay witnesses --
Overview witnesses --
Lay opinion regarding intent --
Lay opinion regarding the value of personal property --
Rule 702: Testimony by expert witnesses --
Daubert rule --
DNA Daubert foundation --
National academy report --
Expert witness research --
Gang affiliation experts --
Rule 703: Bases of an expert's opinion testimony --
Applicability of Crawford --
Rule 703: Charts --
Rule 704: Opinion on an ultimate issue --
Rule 705: Disclosing the facts or data underlying an expert's opinion --
Expert witness-IRS agent --
Long form-hypothetical --
Short form-hypothetical --
Tax computation based on a hypothetical question --
Valuation expert --
Expert economist-based upon inadmissible facts and data --
Expert appraiser to establish fair market value --
Expert on heroin distribution --
Psychiatrist-direct testimony --
Cross-examining psychiatrists --
Antisocial personality disorder --
Psychological tests --
Future dangerousness --
Rule 706: Court-appointed expert witnesses. Article 8: Hearsay: --
Rule 801: Definitions that apply to this article; exclusions from hearsay --
Statement offered as "background" --
801(d)(1)(A): Prior inconsistent statement --
Prior inconsistent statement to grand jury --
Prior inconsistent statement at suppression hearing --
801(d)(1)(B): Prior consistent statement --
801(d)(1)(C): Prior statement identifying a person --
Lineup identification of the accused --
801(d)(2)(A): Statement by party-opponent --
Admissions offered against a co-defendant-the Bruton rule --
801(d)(2)(B): Statement that party adopts --
Use of a defendant's silence --
Degendant's adoption through silence --
801(d)(2)(C) and (D): Authorized statements --
801(d)(2)(E): Coconspirator statements --
Rule 802: Rule against hearsay --
Rule 803: Exceptions to the rule against hearsay-regardless of whether the declarant is available as a witness --
803(1): Present sense impression --
803(2): Excited utterance --
Victim tells witness defendant's name --
803(3): Then-existing mental, emotional, or physical condition --
Murder victim's statement of future intent to meet defendant --
803(4): Statement made for medical diagnosis or treatment --
Victim explains bruises to nurse --
803(5): Recorded recollection --
Grand jury transcript --
Adopted statement as substantive evidence --
Memorandum prepared at time of event --
List made at time of event --
803(6): Records of a regularly conducted activity --
Double hearsay --
Computer records and emails --
803(7): Absence of a record of a regularly conducted activity --
803(8): Public records --
803(9): Public records of vital statistics --
803(10): Absence of a public record --
Proof of non-existence of record with live witness --
803(11): Records of religious organizations concerning personal or family history --
803(12): Certificates of marriage, baptism, and similar ceremonies --
803(13): Family records --
Family photograph --
803(14): Records of documents that affect an interest in property. 803(15): Statements is documents that affect an interest in property --
803(16): Statements in ancient documents --
Letter --
803(17): Market reports and similar commercial publications --
803(18): Statements in learned treatises, periodicals, or pamphlets --
Cross-examination of eyewitness testimony expert with learned treatise --
803(19): Reputation concerning personal or family history --
803(20): Reputation concerning boundaries or general history --
803(21): Reputation concerning character --
803(22): Judgment of a previous conviction --
803(23): Judgment involving personal, family, or general history, or a boundary --
Rule 804: Exceptions to the Rule Against Hearsay-when the declarant is unavailable as a witness --
Unavailability --
804(b)(1): Former testimony --
Defendant declined to cross-examine witness in prior proceeding --
Admitting deposition in a criminal case by stipulation --
804(b)(2): Statement under belief of impending death --
804(b)(3): Statement against interest --
804(b)(4): Statement of personal or family history --
804(b)(5): Transferred to Rule 807 --
804(b)(6): Statement offered against a party that wrongfully caused the declarant's unavailability --
Rule 805: Hearsay within hearsay --
Rule 806: Attacking and supporting the declarant's credibility --
Rule 807: Residual exception --
Letter from deceased daughter --
Article 9: Authentication And Identification: --
Rule 901: Authenticating or identifying evidence --
Digital files --
901(b)(1): Testimony of a witness with knowledge --
Chain of custody --
Drugs found with search warrant --
Diagram not drawn to scale --
Diagram drawn to scale --
Photographs --
Photograph taken by a third party --
Model of intersection --
Computer animation --
Demonstration to show effect of injury --
Informing the court that it is a demonstration, not an experiment --
Authentication of written record through court reporter --
901(b)(2): Nonexpert opinion about handwriting --
Authentication by nonexpert witness familiar with handwriting --
Authentication of signature by witness who saw the defendant sign --
Authentication of signature by witness who recognizes the signature. 901(b)(3): Comparison by an expert witness or the trier of fact --
Expert comparisons of handwriting --
Questioned documents examiner --
FBI fingerprint examiner --
DNA expert on blood type --
DNA expert on fingerprint analysis --
Bloodstain pattern expert --
Expert in body fluids --
Forensic chemist --
901(b)(4): Distinctive characteristics and the like --
Authentication of signature by reply letter method --
Digital signature --
Victim identifies stolen property --
Weapon found at crime scene --
901(b)(5): Opinion about a voice --
Establishing a stronger chain of evidence for voice recordings --
Conservation recorded by digital voice recorder --
Transcripts of recordings --
901(b)(6): Evidence about a telephone conservation --
Voice identification based on personal familiarity that precedes the telephone conversation --
Voice identification based on personal familiarity gained after the telephone conversation --
Circumstantial evidence-listed numbers --
Other circumstantial evidence --
901(b)(7): Evidence about public records --
Admission through live witness --
Documents from defendant's immigration A-file --
901(b)(8): Evidence about ancient documents or data compilations --
901(b)(9): Evidence about a process or system --
Video recordings --
Video recording taken at time or place at issue --
Video recording made for ligation purposes --
Computer printouts --
X-rays --
901(b)(10): Methods provided by a statute or rule. Rule 902: Evidence that is self-authenticating --
902(1): Domestic public documents that are sealed and signed --
902(2): Domestic public documents that are not sealed but are signed and certified --
902(3): Foreign public documents --
902(4): Certified copies of public records --
Certified public record --
Defendant's tax return --
902(5): Official publications --
Government map --
902(6): Newspapers and periodicals --
902(7): Trade inscriptions and the like --
902(8): Acknowledged documents --
902(9): Commercial paper and related documents --
902(10): Presumptions under a federal statute --
902(11): Certified domestic records of a regularly conducted activity application of confrontation clause --
902(12): Certified foreign records of a regularly conducted activity --
Rule 903: Subscribing witness's testimony --
Article 10: Contents Of Writings, Recordings, And Photographs: --
Rule 1001: Definitions that apply to this article --
Rule 1002: Requirement of the original --
Rule 1003: Admissibility of duplicates --
Rule 1004: Admissibility of other evidence of content copy (lost original) --
Rule 1005: Copies of public records to prove content --
Rule 1006: Summaries to prove content --
Summary of documents --
Computer printout --
Rule 1007: Testimony or statement of a party to prove content --
Rule 1008: Functions of the court and jury --
Article 11: Miscellaneous Rules: --
Rule 1101: Applicability of the rules --
Rule 1102: Amendments --
Rule 1103: Title.
Series Title: OLE litigation series.

Abstract:

Courtroom Evidence is a practical skills manual. An attorney can consult it, and learn enough about the rules of evidence to use the predicate questions with confidence. A close study of Courtroom Evidence will give any trial lawyer expert knowledge of the evidence code.--p. xiv.

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