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This program is designed to bring clarity and practical application to the most recent evidentiary law developments at both the Federal and State levels. Is it reliable? Is it right? He focuses on potential problem areas — raising and making persuasive objections — and highlights his points with memorable flowcharts and examples. This highly-acclaimed, comprehensive, entertaining program is enhanced by a continuous visual presentation and a detailed evidence manual. You will find useful checklists for immediate implementation into your practice.
Master the seven methods of impeachment; Define the original documents rule and utilize character traits to your benefit; Revisit the law of evidence in a way that will help you win the evidentiary wars before, during and after trial. The program includes an analysis of FRE and its impact on: Subject matter waiver Inadvertent waivers made during the discovery process, and The effect of federal court orders on other federal and state court proceedings.
Program Highlights First steps-what to do as soon as an evidence problem arises. Making objections that persuade the judge.
Establishing proper foundations for witnesses and exhibits. Nine steps of expert testimony admissibility. This activity may qualify for up to 6. About the Speaker: Thomas A. He has contributed over three dozen editions of the five best-selling books to the legacy of litigation training in the United States and abroad. He is the Milton O. His expertise in the art of advocacy is internationally recognized. Mauet has taught and demonstrated trial techniques throughout North America, New Zealand, and Australia.
Program Agenda 8: 45 am — Is it Relevant? Witness competency Direct examination Experts-9 steps Cross-examination Impeachment-7 methods Rehabilitation Exhibits — seven groups Original documents rule Break p.
The people can act only by their agents and, within the powers conferred upon them, their acts must be considered as the acts of the people.
Thomas A. Mauet
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Thomas Mauet: Trial Evidence 2017 | March 3, 2017
The text itself is plainly wrong at points, but these points have little bearing on conducting a trial itself. That is, they are impulsive, use a few basic facts to reach decisions, and then, accept, reject, or distort other information to fit their already determined conclusions. But it is wrong to call this deductive reasoning. Deductive reasoning is usually an argument where, if you accept the premises, and the conclusion logically follows from those premises, you must accept the argument.