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NITA Federal Rules of Evidence with Objections - Pocket PC Database 1.0

NITA Federal Rules of Evidence with Objections - Pocket PC Database 1.0

NITA Federal Rules of Evidence with Objections - Pocket PC Database Publisher's Description

The Federal Rules of Evidence for trial advocates!

Town Compass®, in association with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA), presents the Federal Rules of Evidence with Objections. An alphabetical listing of standard objections and responses provides a ready reference for litigators. The objections include explanations and FRE cross-reference notes, which help experienced litigators gain a crucial advantage that is the difference between winning and losing decisions.

The Database includes:

  • Product Info, including Title & Copyright, About the Authors, and Preface

  • Objections, listed alphabetically - each Objection includes:
    • Name of Objection
    • How to State the Objection
    • Responses
    • Cross Reference to Federal Rule
    • Explanation

  • Federal Rules of Evidence
    • Article I (General Provisions)
      • Rule 101 (Scope)
      • Rule 102 (Purpose & Construction)
      • Rule 103 (Rulings on Evidence)
      • Rule 104 (Preliminary Questions)
      • Rule 105 (Limited Admissibility)
      • Rule 106 (Remainder of or Related Writings or Recorded Statements)

    • Article II (Judicial Notice)
      • Rule 201 (Judicial Notice of Adjudicative Facts)

    • Article III (Presumptions in Civil Actions)
      • Rule 301 (Presumptions in General in Civil Actions & Proceedings)
      • Rule 302 (Applicability of State Law in Civil Actions & Proceedings)

    • Article IV (Relevancy & Its Limits)
      • Rule 401 (Definition of "Relevant Evidence")
      • Rule 402 (Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence Inadmissible)
      • Rule 403 (Exclusion of Evidence on Grounds of Prejudice, Confusion, or Waste of Time)
      • Rule 404 (Character Evidence Not Admissible to Prove Conduct; Exceptions, Other Crimes)
      • Rule 405 (Methods of Proving Character)
      • Rule 406 (Habit; Routine Practice)
      • Rule 407 (Subsequent Remedial Measures)
      • Rule 408 (Compromise & Offers to Compromise)
      • Rule 409 (Payment of Medical & Similar Expenses)
      • Rule 410 (Inadmissibility of Pleas, Plea Discussions, and Related Statements)
      • Rule 411 (Liability Insurance)
      • Rule 412 (Sex Offense Cases; Relevance of Alleged Victim's Past Sexual Behavior or Alleged Sexual Predisposition)
      • Rule 413 (Evidence of Similar Crimes in Sexual Assault Cases)
      • Rule 414 (Evidence of Similar Crimes in Child Molestation Cases)
      • Rule 415 (Evidence of Similar Acts in Civil Cases Concerning Sexual Assault or Child Molestation)

    • Article V (Privileges)
      • Rule 501 (General Rule)

    • Article VI (Witnesses)
      • Rule 601 (General Rule of Competency)
      • Rule 602 (Lack of Personal Knowledge)
      • Rule 603 (Oath or Affirmation)
      • Rule 604 (Interpreters)
      • Rule 605 (Competency of Judge as Witness)
      • Rule 606 (Competency of Juror as Witness)
      • Rule 607 (Who May Impeach)
      • Rule 608 (Evidence of Character and Conduct of Witness)
      • Rule 609 (Impeachment by Evidence of Conviction of Crime)
      • Rule 610 (Religious Beliefs or Opinions)
      • Rule 611 (Mode and Order of Interrogation and Presentation)
      • Rule 612 (Writing Used to Refresh Memory)
      • Rule 613 (Prior Statements of Witnesses)
      • Rule 614 (Calling and Interrogation of Witnesses by Court)
      • Rule 615 (Exclusion of Witnesses)

    • Article VII (Opinions & Expert Testimony)
      • Rule 701 (Opinion Testimony by Lay Witnesses)
      • Rule 702 (Testimony by Experts)
      • Rule 703 (Bases of Opinion Testimony by Experts)
      • Rule 704 (Opinion on Ultimate Issue)
      • Rule 705 (Disclosure of Facts or Data Underlying Expert Opinion)
      • Rule 706 (Court Appointed Experts)

    • Article VIII (Hearsay)
      • Rule 801 (Definitions)
      • Rule 802 (Hearsay Rule)
      • Rule 803 (Hearsay Exceptions; Availability of Declarant Immaterial)
      • Rule 804 (Hearsay Exceptions; Declarant Unavailable)
      • Rule 805 (Hearsay within Hearsay)
      • Rule 806 (Attacking and Supporting Credibility of Declarant)
      • Rule 807 (Residual Exception)

    • Article IX (Authentication & Identification)
      • Rule 901 (Requirement of Authentication and Identification)
      • Rule 902 (Self-authentication)
      • Rule 903 (Subscribing Witness' Testimony Unnecessary)

    • Article X (Contents of Writings & Records)
      • Rule 1001 (Definitions)
      • Rule 1002 (Requirement of Original)
      • Rule 1003 (Admissibility of Duplicates)
      • Rule 1004 (Admissibility of Other Evidence of Contents)
      • Rule 1005 (Public Records)
      • Rule 1006 (Summaries)
      • Rule 1007 (Testimony or Written Admission of Party)
      • Rule 1008 (Functions of Court and Jury)

    • Article XI (Miscellaneous Rules)
      • Rule 1101 (Applicability of Rules)
      • Rule 1102 (Amendments)
      • Rule 1103 (Title)
Organized in a subject hierarchy and in an index, so navigation on your handheld is fast and easy.

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