Evidence II (2512)

Evidence II picks up where Evidence leaves off. It will focus on certain advanced doctrinal topics such as scientific evidence and privileges. The course will explore in detail, for example, the Daubert framework and the rules governing expert testimony. It will examine special and emerging topics in scientific evidence, such as the admissibility of "syndrome" evidence. It will also examine evidentiary privileges, including the attorney-client privilege, other relationship-based privileges, and the constitutional privilege against self-incrimination. In addition to examining federal law governing these topics, Evidence II will also examine state law variations, with a particular emphasis on Minnesota practice.

Grading: Letter-graded

Prerequisite(s): Evidence

Credits: 3-credits

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Criminal Law:: edit ::

Taught by:

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