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Ace Your Evidence Exam With The Best Evidence Outline
You already know how important it is to use a proven Evidence outline to study for your Evidence class, especially during finals.
I aced my Evidence exam by studying smart (not hard) and by creating an actionable outline to use throughout the semester.
My proven Evidence outline consists of two parts. The first part is a comprehensive outline which will serve as a roadmap for your Evidence class. It summarizes all of the law and rules you’ll need to know to ace your Evidence exam.
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Evidence Attack Outline
- Specialized relevance rules?
- Is it character evidence?
- 404(b) route around propensity box/
- 404(a)(1) Character of Accused?
- 404(a)(2) Character of Victim? Rape shield law?
- 405(b) Specific instance of conduct as essential element?
- 413-415 Sexual assault?
- Non character based? (contradiction, past inconsistent statement, bias)
- Character based?
- 608(a) Character of truthfulness – opinion/rep
- 608(b) Specific acts on cross bearing on truthfulness?
- 609(a)(1) conviction > 1 year bearing on truthfulness?
- 609(a)(2) any conviction w/element based on untruthfulness?
- 609(b) Less than 10 years?
- Is it an assertion?
- Offered to prove the truth?
- Effect on person?
- Verbal act?
- More than one level of hearsay?
- Exception to hearsay?
- 807 catch all?
- Crim/Civil? (Confrontation clause; Testimonial?)
Exceptions To Hearsay
801 – Declarant testifies at trial, subject to cross, AND
- Prior inconsistent statement under oath offered substantively
- Prior consistent statement offered in rebuttal
- Prior identification
801 – Statement by party opponent offered against him, AND
- Party’s own words
- Adoptive admission
- Co-conspirator statement
- Statement of agents
803 – Availability of declarant immaterial, AND
- Present sense impression
- Excited utterance
- Statement of then existing condition
- Medical diagnosis
- Recorded recollection (writing used to refresh memory)
- Business records (absence of business records)
- Public records (absence of public records)
- Ancient documents
804 – Declarant unable to testify, AND
- Former sworn testimony
- Statement against interest
- Dying declarations
- Forfeiture by wrongdoing
807 – Catch All
- Reliability and trustworthiness
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