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IV. Raising and Resolving Evidentiary Objections
V. Relevance
VI. Prejudice, Confusion, or Waste of Time
VII.Subsequent Remedial Measures
VIII. Settlements and Offers to Compromise
IX. Medical Expenses
X. Criminal Plea Bargaining
XI. Liability Insurance
XII.Putting a Witness on the Stand
XIII. Examining Witnesses
XIV. Refreshing a Witness’ Memory
XV. Impeaching Witnesses
XVI. Using Prior Statements to Impeach Witnesses
XVII. Revealing Character on Cross-Examination
XVIII. Using Criminal Convictions to Impeach Witnesses
XIX. Opinion or Reputation Evidence of Untruthful Character
XX. Cross-Examining the Character Witness
XXV. Using Character Evidence to Prove Propensity
XXVI. Character Evidence to Show Propensity in Criminal Prosecutions
XXVII. Methods of Proving Propensity in Criminal Cases
XXVIII.Other Crimes, Wrongs, or Acts
XXIX. Habit
XXX. Rape Shield Law
XXXI. Propensity in Sexual Assault and Child Molestation Cases
XXXII. Preliminary Determinations
XXXIII.What Is Hearsay and Why Don’t We Like It?
XXXIV.The “Truth of the Matter Asserted”
XXXV. What is a Statement
XXXVI. Admissible Hearsay
XXXVII. Hearsay Exemption – Prior Statements by Witnesses
XXXVIII. Hearsay Exceptions – Present Sense Impressions and Excited Utterances
XXXIX. Hearsay Exception – State of Mind
XL. Hearsay Exception – Medical Treatment
XLI. Hearsay Exception – Recorded Recollection
XLII. Rule 805 – Hearsay within Hearsay
XLIII. Hearsay Exception – Business Records
XLIV. Hearsay Exception – Public Records
XLV. Hearsay Exceptions – Other 803 Exceptions
XLVI. Rule 804 Intro – What is Availability?
XLVII. Hearsay Exception – Former Testimony
XLVIII. Hearsay Exception – Dying Declarations ***
XLIX. Hearsay Exception – Statement Against Interest
L. Hearsay Exception – Forfeiture
LI. Hearsay Exemption – Statements by Party-Opponents
LII. Statements by Party-Opponents in the Context of Multiple Parties
LIII. Hearsay Exemption – Statements of Co-conspirators
LIV. Residual Exception
LV. Attacking a Declarant’s Credibility
LVI. Sixth Amendment and Hearsay
LVII. Judicial Notice
LVIII. Lay Opinions
LIX. What Subjects are Appropriate for Expert Testimony?
LX. Qualifying Experts
LXI. Bases of Expert Opinion
LXII. Authentication
LXIII. Best Evidence
LXIV. Role of the Jury
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