Evidence, Objections, and Exhibits: Court Trials, Arbitrations, Administrative Cases, Jury Trials
Provides a detailed look at asserting and pursuing objections and rulings. Covers explanations and examples of common objections made to direct- and cross-examination situations. Includes a summary compilation of substantive rules of evidence applicable to court, arbitration, and administrative proceedings. Also includes an understandable explanation of hearsay. Provides specific explanations and examples of foundation questions necessary to introduce a variety of exhibits, including common exhibits and modern demonstrative evidence. Explains the most persuasive ways to use exhibits in an advocacy setting and at home.
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