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Litigation 2 Course Summary

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Litigation 2 Course Summary

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Politics Law Burden of proof Evidence law Human Interest Social Issues Appeal Evidence Relevance Jury Trial Admissible evidence Browne v. Dunn Expert witness Ultimate issue
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Politics Law Burden of proof Evidence law Human Interest Social Issues Appeal Evidence Relevance Jury Trial Admissible evidence Browne v. Dunn Expert witness Ultimate issue
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............................... 5 The trial process ................................................................................................................. 5 Introduction to the evidence act...................................................................................... 8 Dispensing with the rules of evidence ............................................................................ 8 Failure to take objection to evidence as a ground of appeal ....................................... 9 Voir Dire ............................................................................................................................. 9 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Adducing evidence .................................................................................. 10 Calling of witnesses..........................................................................................................
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