Discovery and Pretrial Conference

Discovery and Pretrial Conference

Discovery and Pretrial Conference

Discovery and Pretrial Conference

  • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.
  • Discovery and Pretrial Conference

    • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
    • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.

Discovery and Pretrial Conference

  • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.  Rules of Evidence

Discovery and Pretrial Conference

  • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.

Discovery and Pretrial Conference

  • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.

Discovery and Pretrial Conference

  • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.

    Discovery and Pretrial Conference

    • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
    • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.

    Discovery and Pretrial Conference

    • Choose and summarize two methods of discovery that advance both criminal and civil trials, and list the advantages and disadvantages of each.
    • According to the Rules of Evidence, judges may use their discretion in the application of the rules. Create a situation in which evidence may be dismissed by the judge after being presented and discuss what the implications of that dismissal may be to the continuation of the trial.  methods of discovery
Discovery and Pretrial Conference