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Evidence Quizzes & Trivia

We’ve all seen hour after hour of courtroom action on the screen. Surely we all know about the rules of evidence? We know that hearsay is not allowed in a trial, but what exactly is hearsay? What are the exceptions that let hearsay to be used in court?
 
If someone isn’t available to testify in court, can they write out a statement? When both sides disagree as to whether physical evidence is authentic, how does the judge determine if it can be entered into court? If one lawyer doesn’t think it should be used, how does he or she keep it out of the trial? If you think that you’re ready to present your case, take some of our quizzes and see if you can pass this bar exam!
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Learn the hearsay rule and its exceptions

Questions: 18  |  Attempts: 1401   |  Last updated: Jun 7, 2019
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    Which of the following does not require the declarant to be unavailable?

In law, the rule of evidence encompasses the rules and legal principles that govern the proof of facts in a legal proceeding – simply put, this rule dictates what evidence can be considered the trier of fact in a decision.

Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 314   |  Last updated: Nov 18, 2020
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    Is the following statement true or false? Direct Evidence is best defined as evidence from which inferences can be drawn to prove a point.

This quiz will test your understanding of the various lines of evidence used to support macroevolution.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 900   |  Last updated: Jun 7, 2019
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    The following diagram can best be interpreted by which of the following statements

 Please select the best answer for each question.   Good luck!

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 292   |  Last updated: Jun 7, 2019
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     Drug Courts have the greatest impact on low risk/low need offenders?



Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 279   |  Last updated: Jun 7, 2019
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    What can you conclude based on this drawing?
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