Evidence (2500)

Studies the theory and practice of the Rules of Evidence. Emphasizes the analysis and interpretation of codified rules and common law principles pertaining to foundation, relevancy, character evidence, privileges, witnesses, expert testimony, scientific evidence, hearsay, authentication of real evidence, and documentary evidence. Designed to facilitate understanding of the uses of evidentiary rules in the preparation and trial of cases in state and federal courts.

It is recommended that students take Evidence prior to or concurrent with Advocacy.

Grading: Exam on both the Federal and State Rules of Evidence

Credits: 3

Offered: Fall/Spring


Subject Areas:
Bar Preparation
Criminal Law
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Taught by: Peter Knapp Afsheen Radsan Ted Sampsell-Jones Hon. Gordon W. Shumaker Edward Toussaint

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