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Self-authenticating documents can include all but which of the following

Question : Self-authenticating documents can include all but which of the following : 2162291

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

58) Self-authenticating documents can include all but which of the following?

A) Properly identified foreign public documents

B) Certified copies of official business records

C) Domestic public documents under seal

D) Copies of Internet blog material

59) Despite the best evidence rule, a party may generally offer a copy of a document in evidence unless:

A) It accurately reflects the contents of the original

B) There is testimony offered to authenticate it

C) There is evidence of bad faith or a genuine question of authenticity

D) The copy was made in anticipation of litigation

60) Documentary evidence may take many forms, but will not include:

A) Electronically stored materials

B) Witness testimony in court

C) Photographs

D) Recordings

61) The existence of commercial liability insurance is generally not admissible to determine liability or damages because judges and juries may be unduly swayed by a(n):

A) Deep pocket

B) Reasonable settlement offer

C) Unreasonable settlement offer

D) All of the above

E) None of the above

62) Even where evidence is found to be reliable, relevant, and real, to be admissible:

A) The probative value must outweigh the hearsay.

B) The prejudice must outweigh the probative value.

C) The prejudice must outweigh the hearsay.

D) The probative value must outweigh any prejudice.

63) Evidence that is trustworthy is to be considered:

A) Relevant

B) Real

C) Physical

D) Reliable

64) Time can be saved at trial if what type of potential evidence can be identified early in an investigation?

A) Physical evidence

B) Real evidence

C) Demonstrative evidence

D) Objectionable evidence

65) The time of day and weather conditions when an auto accident occurred are:

A) Issue

B) Law

C) Fact

D) None of the above

66) Tangible evidence can best be described as:

A) Physical items entered at trial

B) Demonstrative evidence

C) Relevant evidence

D) Hearsay evidence

67) The best evidence rule can best be described as:

A) The original document whether it be a contract or photograph

B) The most recent draft of a contract or photograph, as the original is not available

C) An exact copy of the original document

D) All of the above

68) Expert witnesses may give opinion testimony after a "foundation has been laid" which includes which of the following?

A) Ethnic origin and relationship to one of the parties to the cause of action

B) Education

C) Education, experience, and skill level

D) Education, experience, and ethnic origin

69) Lay witnesses can testify to:

A) Hearsay testimony, as they are closely related to one of the parties

B) Their personal knowledge of the matter before the court only

C) Opinion testimony based on their knowledge of the case

D) All of the above

70) Admissible evidence can best be described as:

A) Relevant evidence the court will allow to be presented

B) Demonstrative evidence

C) Tangible evidence

D) Hearsay evidence

71) Which is the cardinal rule of evidence?

A) Hearsay is never admissible.

B) Failure to raise a timely objection waives the objection.

C) The Federal Rules of Evidence supersede caselaw and state rules of evidence.

D) None of the above

72) A nurse's testimony that she saw the surgeon cut the artery is best described as:

A) Circumstantial evidence

B) Tangible evidence

C) Direct evidence

D) Hearsay evidence

73) Which is an exception to the Hearsay Rule?

A) Evidence of repairs

B) Excited utterance

C) Admission of a party opponent

D) All of the above

74) Which can be used to challenge the credibility of a witness?

A) Religious beliefs

B) Character

C) Conviction of a crime involving dishonesty

D) All of the above

75) Hearsay is generally not admissible because:

A) It is not relevant

B) It is not reliable

C) Both A and B

D) Neither A nor B

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