Many a trial lawyer has been stopped dead in their tracks by an unanticipated objection or given an opponent free reign to introduce improper evidence. Though the rules can be hard to grasp, mastering the big ones can make all the difference in your case. This program will show you how to apply the rules to get your evidence admitted (or keep theirs out). Learn when to object, how to introduce your evidence and handle objections of the opposing attorney. Register today!
Learn how to lay a proper foundation for different types of evidence.
Get hearsay statements into evidence by knowing how to apply the many exceptions.
Find out how to effectively authenticate and admit social media, email and text evidence.
Overcome key barriers to getting witness testimony admitted.
This course is part of the Trial & Evidence Essentials in Oregon series.
LOUREN OLIVEROS is a partner in the Albuquerque law firm of Gorence & Oliveros, P.C. She also practices in Oregon. Ms. Oliveros is a board certified civil trial lawyer through the National Board of Trial Advocacy and a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. She is also a graduate of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College. Since 2001, Ms. Oliveros has practiced in the areas of criminal and civil litigation, including civil rights, torts, contracts, gender and race discrimination, wrongful termination, police misconduct, personal injury catastrophic injury and trauma, wrongful death and medical malpractice. She is a past president and served on the New Mexico Women’s Bar Association Board of Directors for several years. Ms. Oliveros is a member of the American Association for Justice, New Mexico and Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, and the New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. She earned her B.A. degree from the University of Oregon and her J.D. degree from the University of New Mexico Law School.
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