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Presenting or opposing evidence is at the heart of all trial work. While there can be no substitute for an attorneys familiarity with the Military Rules of Evidence, a compilation of sample foundational questions can aid the new trial lawyer in the presentation of his or her case. To that end, this publication had been prepared for the new Navy-Marine Corps trial attorney, giving concrete examples of predicate questions and other trial evolutions which may be adapted for use in typical court-martial cases. Partial contents Common Trial Objections Offer of Proof Judicial Notice Exclusionary Rule and Related Matters Privileges Witnesses Opinion and Expert Testimony Hearsay and Authentication and Identification.
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