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Available tests for Evidence — $36/each
Review the basics involving hearsay and experts. The key points: (1) The rules are different on direct vs. cross; and (2) the rules on direct have changed in a big way.
Proponents seeking to admit social media evidence will face three primary hurdles of admissibility: relevance, authentication and hearsay.
Attorneys need to know the subtleties of marital privilege, a vital evidentiary rule. By Crawford Appleby
A number of issues may come up when using email as evidence. By Mark Mermelstein and Christin J. Hill
Learn about objections to questions considered vague, ambiguous or unintelligible, compound, argumentative, and asked and answered, or which suffer from other infirmities.
Authenticating Internet evidence requires care and attention to detail.
Earn MCLE credit reviewing one of the most common evidentiary issues that arises in both civil and criminal litigation: the admissibility of out-of-court statements.