Additional sources of corroboration can cure the hearsay problem that a third party’s involvement in creating a business record introduces.
A trial court has the inherent authority to control proceedings before it.
Lessons to learn from recent cases.
By Kirsten R. Fraser
Evaluating for compliance and laying testimonial foundation are necessary to ensure successful admission of the evidence.
By Michael R. Lied
The defendant should be able to examine the officer outside the jury's presence to explore familiarity, bias, or prejudice.
By Justin Bryan
When to consider offering illustrations as evidence.
What should you do in the wake of a data breach? Grant Davis-Denny addresses the importance of forensically sound collection methods and application tips. (9:02 min)
You’re late with your privilege log—no big deal? Ian Fisher explains how it can become a huge deal but also how a little cooperation can be a procrastinator’s best tool. (7:26 min)
Listen as a U.S. district judge with 27 years of experience in the courtroom, discusses what he views as the most troublesome evidentiary issues. (13:05 min)
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