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Following The Rules: Exclusion Of Witness, Sequestration, And No-Consultation Orders, Richard H. Underwood Jun 2017

Following The Rules: Exclusion Of Witness, Sequestration, And No-Consultation Orders, Richard H. Underwood

Richard H. Underwood

In this Article, Professor Underwood discusses the varying application of Rule 615 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, which provides for the exclusion of witnesses. He explains that varying application of Rule 615 and state evidence rules following Rule 615's language creates misunderstandings at trial. Thus, it is important to know not only the federal and local rules but also the "way things are done" in a particular court.


Cross-Racial Identification Errors In Criminal Cases, Sheri Johnson Dec 2014

Cross-Racial Identification Errors In Criminal Cases, Sheri Johnson

Sheri Lynn Johnson

No abstract provided.


The Admissibility Of Hypnotically Enhanced Testimony In Criminal Trials, Gary Shaw May 2013

The Admissibility Of Hypnotically Enhanced Testimony In Criminal Trials, Gary Shaw

Gary M. Shaw

No abstract provided.


Preparing Your Witness: Do’S And Don’Ts, J. Palmer Lockard Ii Dec 2005

Preparing Your Witness: Do’S And Don’Ts, J. Palmer Lockard Ii

J. Palmer Lockard II

Effective witness preparation begins when you find the best witnesses for your case. No matter how well you prepare your witnesses, if other witnesses could have presented more compelling testimony, you have not done your best.