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DEMONSTRATIVE EVIDENCE A GUIDE TO LEGAL RESEARCH. PROJECT ONE FALL 2002. NOT. Heavy Metal Rock…. BUT RATHER…. This Variety…. AND…. REMEMBER. Jurors retain 10% of what they hear… Jurors retain 87% of what they see!!!

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DEMONSTRATIVE EVIDENCEA GUIDE TO LEGAL RESEARCH

PROJECT ONE

FALL 2002


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NOT

Heavy Metal Rock…


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BUT RATHER…

This Variety…


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AND…


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REMEMBER

Jurors retain 10% of what they hear…

Jurors retain 87% of what they see!!!

In other words… a picture (read: demonstration, simulation, model, table, diagram, etc) is worth a thousand words.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

PRIMARY AUTHORITY

SECONDARY AUTHORITY

PRACTICE MATERIALS

ONLINE MATERIALS

INDEX


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INTRODUCTION CONTINUED

Demonstrative Evidence must clear three Foundational Requirements…

a. authentication

b. representational accuracy

c. identification


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INTRODUCTION CONTINUED

Demonstrative Evidence must then pass three hurdles of admissibility…

a. relevancy

b. materiality

c. competency


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INTRODUCTION CONTINUED

Demonstrative evidence must then pass an final balancing test under relevancy…

to determine whether the prejudicial value of the evidence outweighs its probative value


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