An evidence law sketch, all around bringing in evidence that goes to the defendant’s character.
A flowchart for my studies in Evidence Law — all about bringing in people’s statements they have made outside the courtroom. (c) Margaret Hagan 2014
Defining probative value, a sketch from my evidence class
Here is a diagram I made while studying for the California Bar, that goes through possible options you can use to exclude evidence that your adversary in court is trying to admit. I color-coded up the various arguments & claims you could make, and then kept the same color scheme for the provisos, details & subclaims for each of these …
A quick sketch showing the range of probability you have to hit to bring in Evidence.
▶ Hearsay Exceptions – Federal Rules of Evidence 803 – YouTube.
Evidence Big Picture by Brendan Conley. The materials are copyright 2014 by Brendan Conley. They are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
Understanding Hearsay | Razblint. (c) Margaret Hagan 2013, All Rights Reserved
Hearsay Exceptions | Razblint. (c) Margaret Hagan 2013, All Rights Reserved
Is it Hearsay? | Razblint. (c) Margaret Hagan 2012, All Rights Reserved
Evidence Law Flowchart: Admissibility Checklist | Razblint.
Evidence Law Flowchart: Is A Statement Trustworthy? by Margaret Hagan (c) 2013, All Rights Reserved.
▶ This Is Evidence – YouTube.
▶ The Rules of Evidence – Part II – YouTube.
▶ The Rules of Evidence – Part I – YouTube.