Listening for Signals; Handling the Complexities of the Hearsay Rules
Recognizing objections to oral testimony (in a compartment different from documents and other exhibits). Efficient ways to narrow your focus on hearsay to the nine common words witnesses use that signal hearsay. Then avoid exemptions or exceptions available to your opponent so you don't appear obstructionist by making essentially useless objections. If you exercise restraint in these areas, anything else is fair game.
Hearsay in Oral Testimony
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