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“The goal of this class is to teach you the Federal Rules of Evidence, the trail process, and how the rules of evidence fit into that process. You will learn the different ways of getting information to the jury, when you should object to the submission of evidence, the range of potential judicial responses to an objection, and other basic principles of litigation. Topics that will be covered include: relevance, undue prejudice, examining witnesses, impeaching witnesses, cross-examining witnesses, character evidence, hearsay and expert testimony.”
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Learning Evidence: From the Federal Rules to the Courtroom, Merritt, ISBN: 9780314275400, 2nd Edition, West
First Class Readings
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