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Georgia Trial Objections Quick Reference Card

This handy four-panel reference card offers the student or trial attorney a quick reference to Georgia trial objections. It contains 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 Georgia rule of evidence or procedure. This card is an invaluable in-court reference, study guide, and trial preparation tool.
Publisher: NITA
Case File :four-page 8.5 x 10 laminated card
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ISBN: 9781601564047
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This handy four-panel reference card offers the student or trial attorney a quick reference to Georgia trial objections. It contains 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 Georgia rule of evidence or procedure. This card is an invaluable in-court reference, study guide, and trial preparation tool.

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Table of Contents

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
      Evidence Not Excluded by the Rule
      Hearsay Exceptions
      Availability of Declarant Immaterial
      Declarant Unavailable per 24-8-804(a)

Residual Exception

Lay Witnesses and Opinions

Expert Witnesses and Opinions

United States Supreme Court Authority

Permissible Bases for Expert Opinion Testimony

Authentication Required

Self-Authenticating Evidence (With respect to Georgia Rule of Evidence 24-9-902)

Non-Testimony Trial Objections

Confrontation Clause

Character Evidence Objections

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

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

Methods of Proving Character

Privileges

Business Records Predicate — 803(6)

Electronic Records and Signatures

Objections to Closing Argument

Legislative Intent and 11th Circuit COA