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Florida Evidence Code with Objections

At 4-by-6 inches, this complete reference guide to Florida evidence travels easily to the courtroom or classroom. NITA's handy guide enables you to quickly reference objections and responses during trial. The Florida Evidence Code is reproduced in its entirety in the last section of the book.
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Print Book :Spiral bound, 262 pages
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At 4-by-6 inches, this complete reference guide to Florida evidence travels easily to the courtroom or classroom. NITA's handy guide, compiled by Teresa McGarry and Lisa Hirsch, with David Sonenshein and Anthony Bocchino, enables you to quickly reference objections and responses during trial.

Objections, followed by the accurate responses, are listed alphabetically with thumb tabs so that you can go right to the one you want. The Florida Evidence Code is reproduced in its entirety in the last section of the book.

Gain insight from crucial practice tips and legal interpretations and access the rules when you need them most—this pocket-size guide is always at hand.

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CONTENTS



Ambiguous Questions

Argumentative Questions

Asked and Answered Questions

Assuming Facts Not in Evidence

Authentication of Instruments

Authentication of Telephone Conversation and Voices

Character Evidence

      Generally

      Accused or Victim in a Criminal Case

      Other Crimes, Wrongs, or Acts (Williams Rule)

      Prior Sexual Activity of Alleged Victim (The Rape Shield)


Competence to Testify

Compound Questions

Compromise/Offers of Compromise

Cross-Examination

      Generally

      Scope


Exhibits

      Demonstrative

      Illustrative

      Tangible Objects

      Writings


Expert Opinion

Firsthand Knowledge

Guilty Pleas (Offers of Pleas and Related Statements)

Habit and Routine Practice

Hearsay

      Generally

      Attacking and Supporting the Credibility of a Hearsay Declarant

      Nonhearsay Prior Statements

      Hearsay within Hearsay


Hearsay Exception

      Absence of Entry in Business Records

      Absence of Public Records or Entry

      Admissions

      Excited Utterance

      Family Records

      Former Testimony

      Judgment of Previous Conviction

      Learned Treatises

      Market Reports and Commercial Publications

      Marriage, Baptismal, and Similar Certificates

      Public Records and Reports

      Records of Documents Affecting an Interest in Property

      Recorded Recollection

      Records of Regularly Conducted Activity (Business Records)

      Records of Religious Organizations

      Records of Vital Statistics.

      Reputation as to Character

      Reputation Concerning Boundaries or General History

      Reputation Concerning Personal or Family History

      Requirement of Unavailability for Rule 90.804 Hearsay Exceptions

      Spontaneous Statement

      Statement Against Interest

      Statement in Ancient Documents

      Statement of Child Victim

      Statement by Deceased or Ill Declarant Similar to One Previously Admitted

      Statement in Documents Affecting an Interest in Property

      Statement of Personal or Family History

      Statement for Purposes of Medical Diagnosis or Treatment

      Statement under Belief of Impending Death

      Then-Existing Mental or Emotional Condition

      Then-Existing Physical Condition


Impeachment

      Bias, Prejudice, Interest, and Improper Motive

      Character Evidence

      Memory

      Perception

      Prior Convictions (Civil Cases)

      Prior Convictions (Criminal Cases)

      Prior Inconsistent Statements

      Religious Beliefs or Opinions

      Specific Instances of Misconduct


Judicial Notice

Lay Opinion Evidence

Leading Questions

Misquoting the Witness

Narratives

Non-Responsive Answers

Objections

Offers of Proof

Original Document Rule (Use of Duplicates)

Original Document Rule (Contents of Writing)

Payment of Medical and Similar Expenses

Presumptions

Privileges

      General

      Accountant-Client

      Husband-Wife

      Journalist's Privilege

      Lawyer-Client

      Member of the Clergy

      Psychotherapist-Client

      Sexual-Assault Counselor

      Trade Secrets


Refreshing Present Recollection

      Relevance

      Generally

      Conditional Admissibility

      Exclusion of Relevant Evidence on Grounds of Prejudice, Confusion, or Waste of Time

      Limited Admissibility

      Rule of Completeness

      Statements of Sympathy


Subsequent Remedial Measures