Evidence I. Relevance Two-Step Inquiry



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EVIDENCE
I. Relevance


  1. Two-Step Inquiry

    1. Is the evidence relevant (tends to prove or disprove a material fact)?

      1. General Rule: evidence that has any tendency to make a material fact more probable or less probable than it would be without the evidence it’s relevant (logical relevance), but evidence must relate to the time, event, or person involved in the present litigation

      2. Exception: certain similar acts may be relevant if probative of a material issue: (1) to prove cause and effect, (2) to show common plan or scheme of fraud, (3) to show instrumentality, (4) to infer intent from prior conduct, (5) to rebut impossibility, (6) to establish value, (7) habit (need specific description + recurrence), (8) business routine. Must show: substantial identity of material circumstances.

    2. If relevant, should the evidence nonetheless by excluded based on:


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