Practical Guidance
Time-saving Solutions
Knowledgeable Insights

Federal Trial Objections Quick Reference Card

This handy four-panel reference card offers the student or trial attorney a quick reference to federal trial objections. An extensive list of objections paired with supporting rules of evidence or procedures makes this an invaluable tool for court reference, study guide and trial preparation.
Publisher: NITA
Print :4-page laminated card
3rd Edition
$10.00
Quantity
In Stock
ISBN: 9781601565440
Publisher: NITA
International Order Inquiry

Product details

This handy four-panel reference card offers the student or trial attorney a quick reference to federal trial objections. Sydney Beckman has put together an extensive list of objections, ranging from hearsay to confrontation clause issues, categorized into sections for easy subject reference. Each objection is paired with the supporting rules of evidence or procedure. This card is an invaluable in-court reference, study guide, and trial preparation tool.

Also available in a 25-card set by calling 1-800-533-1637.

Featured Authors

Table of Contents

Objections to the Form of the Question 

Objections Based on Relevance

Objections to the Response

Objections to the Type of Question
Hearsay—Definition

Hearsay Objections—Generally

Hearsay (Not Hearsay by Definition)

Non-Testimony Trial Objections

Character Evidence Objections

Prohibitions
Exceptions—Civil and Criminal Cases
Exceptions—Criminal Cases Only

Confrontation Clause
Sixth Amendment, U.S. Constitution

Sexual Predisposition
Rape Shield Law
Exceptions—Criminal Cases
Exceptions—Civil Cases
Similar Crimes—Criminal Cases
Similar Crimes—Civil Cases

Methods of Proving Character Hearsay Exceptions
(Regardless of Whether the Declarant is Available as a Witness)

Hearsay Exceptions
(Declarant Unavailable)

Authentication Required
Lay Witnesses and Opinions
Expert Witnesses and Opinions
United States Supreme Court Authority
Permissible Basis for Expert Opinion Testimony

Self-Authenticating Evidence

501—Privileges in General

Common Privileges

Business Records Predicate—803(6)

[Suggested Questions]

Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Objections

Safe Harbors