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EVIDENCE b) Can a document or writing be

considered an object evidence? Explain.


Instruction: In a notebook, answer
the following questions completely 8.
and correctly.
a) State the Best Evidence Rule and its
exceptions.

1. 9. What documents are considered


original?
a) When may judicial admissions be
considered as such?; b) How may 10. What evidence is/are admissible –
judicial admissions be contradicted by
evidence? a) when the original of a document was
lost or destroyed?; b) when the original
2. Can implied admissions be of the document is a public record;
considered judicial admissions?
c) what requisites must be complied with
3. before secondary evidence may be
allowed if the original of the document is
a) Define object evidence; in the possession of the adverse party?
b) When is object evidence admissible? 11. State the Parole Evidence Rule and
4. its exceptions.

a) What is the chain of custody rule in 12. Enumerate the rules in the
drug cases?; interpretation of a document.

b) What is the consequence if the chain 13. Who may be qualified as a witness?
of custody is not complied with? 14. Who are disqualified as a witness by
5. Can a person’s appearance be reason of mental incapacity?
considered an object evidence?

6. In a case of illegal possession of 15.


firearm, is it indispensable for the
prosecution to present the subject a) What is marital disqualification?;
firearm?
b) What is marital privilege?
7.
16. Who may be disqualified to witness
a.)When does a document considered a by reason of privilege communication?
documentary evidence?;
17.

a) What is parental privilege?;


b) What is filial privilege? 25. State the rules on the admissibility of
character evidence.
18.
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a) Differentiate admissions from
confessions;

b) What is the rule on the admissibility of


extrajudicial admissions and
confessions?

19. What is the rule on the admissibility


of an offer to settle/compromise?

20.

a) State the “res inter aliosacta” rule and


its exceptions.

21. What is meant by “interlocking


confession”?

22. What is the rule on the admissibility


of similar act or previous conduct as
evidence?

23.

a) State the general rule on the


admissibility of testimonial evidence;

b) enumerate the exceptions to the


general rule.

24.

a) State the general rule on the


admissibility of the witness’ opinion as
evidence;

b) enumerate the exceptions to the


general rule.