Federal Rules of Evidence

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Rule TitleRule Number
Requirement of Original
General Rule (Privileges)
Residual Exception
Oath or Affirmation
Liability Insurance
Subscribing Witness' Testimony Unnecessary
Habit; Routine Practice
Compromise and Offers to Compromise
Character Evidence Not Admissible To Prove Conduct; Exceptions; Other Crimes
Judicial Notice of Adjudicative Facts
Applicability of Rules
Preliminary Questions
Disclosure of Facts or Data Underlying Expert Opinion
Admissibility of Other Evidence of Contents
Requirement of Authentication or Identification
Public Records
Writing Used to Refresh Memory
General Rule of Competency
Prior Statements of Witnesses
Relevant Evidence Generally Admissible; Irrelevant Evidence Inadmissible
Presumptions in General Civil Actions and Proceedings
Rule TitleRule Number
Definition of 'Relevant Evidence'
Opinion Testimony by Lay Witnesses
Sex Offense Cases; Relevance of Alleged Victim's Past Sexual Behavior or Alleged Sexual Predisposition
Hearsay Rule
Court Appointed Experts
Limited Admissibility
Competency of Juror as Witness
Religious Beliefs or Opinions
Lack of Personal Knowledge
Bases of Opinion Testimony by Experts
Definitions (Hearsay)
Applicability of State Law in Civil Actions and Proceedings
Functions of Court and Jury
Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product; Limitations on Waiver
Admissibility of Duplicates
Competency of Judge as Witness
Purpose and Construction
Hearsay Exceptions; Declarant Unavailable
Hearsay Within Hearsay
Evidence of Similar Crimes in Child Molestation Cases
Testimony by Experts
Rule TitleRule Number
Methods of Proving Character
Evidence of Similar Crimes in Sexual Assault Cases
Inadmissibility of Pleas, Plea Discussions, and Related Statements
Evidence of Similar Acts in Civil Cases Concerning Sexual Assault or Child Molestation
Calling and Interrogation of Witnesses by Court
Testimony or Written Admission of Party
Attacking and Supporting Credibility of Declarant
Impeachment by Evidence of Conviction of Crime
Evidence of Character and Conduct of Witness
Remainder of or Related Writings or Recorded Statements
Payment of Medical and Similar Expenses
Exclusion of Relevant Evidence on Grounds of Prejudice, Confusion, or Waste of Time
Rulings on Evidence
Exclusion of Witnesses
Hearsay Exceptions; Availability of Declarant Immaterial
Subsequent Remedial Measures
Mode and Order of Interrogation and Presentation
Who May Impeach
Opinion on Ultimate Issue

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