Indiana Mock Trial Rules of Evidence Names

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Rule NameNumber
Definition of relevance
Lack of personal knowledge
Definitions of hearsay (general)
General rule of competency
Habit, routine practice
Disclosure of facts
Hearsay exceptions when the witness is unavailable
Specific instances of conduct
Judgement of previous conviction
Leading questions
Reputation as to character
Public records and reports
Records of regularly conducted activity
Examining witness concerning prior statement
Writing used to refresh memory
Redirect/recross
Control by court
Absence of entry in records kept in accordance with 803 6
Subsequent remedial measures
Recorded recollection
Learned treatises
Opinion and reputation evidence
Hearsay rule
Permitted motions
Opinion on ultimate issue
Definition of unavailability
Inadmissibility of pleas
Rule NameNumber
Time limit for crime
Who may impeach
Scope of cross-examination
Present sense impression
Hearsay within hearsay
Statements for purposes of medial diagnosis
Bases of opinion testimony by experts
Effect of pardon, annulment, rehabilitation
Impeachment by evidence of crime, general rule
Payment of medical expenses
Records of vital statistics
Religious beliefs or opinions
Compromise and offers to compromise
General rule of evidence
Exclusion of relevant evidence
Opinion testimony by lay witness
Relevant evidence admissible
Then existing mental, emotional, or physical condition
Character evidence inadmissible
Admission by party opponent
Juvenile adjudication
Testimony by experts
Prior statement by witness is not hearsay
Methods of proving character
Excited utterance
Evidenc of prior inconsistent statement

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