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Can you name the Midlands Rules of Evidence?

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Objection! Lack of personal knowledge.
Objection, relevance. Subsequent remedial measures are not admissible to prove negligence.
Pre-trial: We'd like to constructively sequester all witnesses...
Objection! Lack of foundation (for an expert) under rule...
Objection! Leading.
Objection! Substantially more prejudicial than probative.
Objection, relevance. Offer to pay or actual payment of medical bills is not admissible to prove liability.
YH, the fact that X was the routine practice of the company is admissible because it makes it more likely that the company acted the same way in this case.
What does rule 702 say about facts and data?
Objection, relevance. The fact that this company had liability insurance is not admissible to prove liability.
YH, this is based on the witness' rationally-based perceptions.
YH, this is relevant because we have a witness later who will testify...

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Created Jul 12, 2010ReportNominate
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