- Credit: 6.0 Total Credit Hours; 3.0 Credit Hours per Session
Description: This series is designed to help you master the federal and local rules of evidence and will address both criminal and civil evidentiary issues. Proper objections and other considerations associated with evidentiary foundations at trial will be reviewed. Faculty also will help you learn procedures and trial strategies and teach you how to deal with evidentiary and foundational issues comfortably.
Part 1 (September 19) This first part of the series will address topics ranging from relevance and competence to privileges and opinion testimony. Hearsay and hearsay exceptions also will be reviewed and practical examples will be presented.
Part 2 (October 3) The second part of this series will further the discussion on hearsay rules and also consider the authentication of various types of exhibits, helping participants understand the evidentiary rules on the admission of various writings, recordings, and photographs.
D.C. Bar Conference Center
1101 K Street NW
(Closest Metro Stop: Metro Center 12th Street)
Washington DC 20005
- CLE Program 202-626-3488
- Terrence McShane, Lee & McShane PC
- L Thomas, Assistant U.S Attorney
- CLE Credit
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