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ABANDONED PROPERTY

See Fourth Amendment, this index

ACCOMPLICES

Immunity, effect on credibility, 2 §1.1.1(2)

ACE-V METHODOLOGY

Generally, 1 §4.13.2(2)

ACKNOWLEDGED WRITINGS

Authentication, Evid. C. §1451; 2 §2.1.1(1)(h)[1]

ADMINISTRATIVE SEARCH

See Fourth Amendment, this index

ADMISSIONS

See Hearsay Exceptions, this index

ADULT-ORIENTED SEXUAL MATERIAL

Discretionary exclusion, 6 §3.5

ALIAS

Relevance, consciousness of guilt, 1 §4.8.3

ANCIENT DOCUMENTS

Authentication, Evid. C. §643; 2 §2.1.1(1)(h)[5]

ANIMATION

See Computer Animation & Simulations, this index

ARRESTS

See Consciousness of Guilt, this index

See Fourth Amendment, this index

ATTENUATION EXCEPTION

Fourth Amendment, exception to exclusionary rule, 5-A §4.2.2

ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE

See also Privileges, this index

See also Work-Product Privilege, this index

Generally, Evid. C. §954; 4-C §4

Adverse inference from exercise of, 4-C §1.9; 4-C §4.7

Attorney

Authority to invoke privilege, 4-C §4.5.1(3)

Defined, 4-C §4.2.1(1)

Attorney-client relationship, 4-C §4.2.1

Attorneys impression of clients mental state or competency, not protected, 4-C §4.2.2(4)(c); 4-C §4.2.2(4)(d)

Authorized person, authority to invoke, 4-C §4.5.1(2)

Breach-of-duty exception, 4-C §4.3.3

Burden of proof, 4-C §4.6.2

Client

Defined, 4-C §4.2.1(2)

Identity, not protected, 4-C §4.2.2(4)(a)

Comment on assertion of, 4-C §1.9; 4-C §4.7

Common-interest doctrine, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(i)

Communications

Eavesdropping, effect of, 4-C §4.2.2(2)

Experts & agents, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(h)

Not protected by privilege, 4-C §4.2.2(4)

Presumption, 4-C §4.2.2(1); 4-C §4.6.2

Protected by privilege, 4-C §4.2.2(3)

Shared with third parties, 4-C §4.2.2(2)

Consultation, defined, 4-C §4.2.1(3)

Crime-fraud exception, 4-C §4.3.1

Dangerous-client exception, 4-C §4.3.2

Eavesdropping, 4-C §4.2.2(2)

Elements, 4-C §4.2

Exceptions

Breach of duty, 4-C §4.3.3

Crime-fraud, 4-C §4.3.1

Dangerous client, 4-C §4.3.2

Interagency domestic-violence death-review team, 4-C §4.3.4

Experts & agents, communications with, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(h)

Facts disclosed in communication, protected, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(d)

Factual observations, protected, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(e)

Holder, authority to invoke, 4-C §4.5.1(1)

Ineffective assistance of counsel, 4-C §4.3.3(1)

Interagency domestic-violence death-review team, 4-C §4.3.4

Invoices, protected, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(c)

Invoking

Attorney, 4-C §4.5.1(3)

Authorized person, 4-C §4.5.1(2)

Holder, 4-C §4.5.1(1)

Search warrant, in response to, 4-C §4.5.2(2)

Legal advice, protected, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(a)

Legal opinion, protected, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(b)

Marsden hearing, 4-C §4.3.3(2)

Physical evidence, not protected, 4-C §4.2.2(4)(b)

Preliminary fact determination, Evid. C. §405; 4-C §4.6.1

Ruling on privilege, 4-C §4.6.3

Search warrant, invoking in response to, 4-C §4.5.2(2)

State-bar complaint, 4-C §4.3.3(3)

Transmitting materials, protected, 4-C §4.2.2(3)(f)

Waiver, 4-C §4.4

AUDIO RECORDINGS

See also Writings, this index

Alteration, 2 §5.1.2(2); 2 §5.1.3

Authentication, 2 §5.1.3(1)

Defined, Evid. C. §250; 2 §5.1.3(1)

Predicate questions, sample, 2 §5.3.3

Transcript of, 2 §5.1.3

AUTHENTICATION

See Audio Recordings, this index

See Computer Animation & Simulations, this index

See Demonstrative Evidence, this index

See Experimental Evidence, this index

See Jury Views, this index

See Photographs, this index

See Real Evidence, this index

See Video Recordings, this index

See Writings, this index

AUTOMATED TRAFFIC-ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM

Authentication, Evid. C. §§1552, 1553; 2 §2.1.2(2)(a) [1][a]; 2 §2.1.2(2)(a)[1][b]

AUTOMOBILE-SEARCH EXCEPTION

See Fourth Amendment, this index

AUTOMOBILES

See Fourth Amendment, this index

AUTOPSY

Photographs

Prejudicial nature, 6 §3.4.2(2)

Relevance, 1 §4.5.1

Reports

Official records, 3-B §21.4.4(3)

Testimonial nature of, see Crawford Analysis, this index

BALLISTICS TEST

Generally, 1 §4.13.6(2)(b)

BATTERED WOMAN'S SYNDROME

See Syndrome Evidence, this index

BIAS

Character evidence, see this index

Impeachment, see Impeachment & Rehabilitation, this index

Police bias, relevance of, 1 §4.11

BITE-MARK COMPARISON

Generally, 1 §4.13.4

BLOOD SPATTER

Generally, 1 §4.13.9(1)

BLOOD & URINE TESTS

Refusal to consent, 1 §4.13.7(1)(b)

Reliability, 1 §4.13.7(1)(a)[1]

BOOKING-SEARCH EXCEPTION

See Fourth Amendment, this index

BORDER SEARCHES

See Fourth Amendment, this index

BRADY MATERIAL

See also Discovery, this index

Duty to disclose, 4-C §1.4.3(1)(a)[4]; 4-C §1.4.3(2) (a)[1]

Elements, 4-C §1.4.3(2)(a)[2]

Pitchess motion, see Officer-Records Privilege, this index

Privileges, applicability of, 4-C §1.4.3(2)(a)[3]

BREATH TESTS

Partition-ratio variability, 1 §4.13.7(1)(c)

Refusal to consent, 1 §4.13.7(1)(b)

Reliability, 1 §4.13.7(1)(a)[2]

BURDEN OF PRODUCING EVIDENCE

Generally, Evid. C. §550; 8 §1.2

Applicability in criminal cases, Chart 8-1, 8 §1.1.3

Assignment

Initial burden, 8 §1.2.1(1)

Shifting burden, 8 §1.2.1(2)

Defined, Evid. C. §110; 8 §1.2

Jury instruction, 8 §1.2.2

Presumptions, see this index

BURDEN OF PROOF

Generally, Evid. C. §501; 8 §1.1

Applicability in criminal cases, Chart 8-1, 8 §1.1.3

Assignment

Generally, Evid. C. §500; 8 §1.1.1(1)

Chart, Chart 8-1, 8 §1.1.3

Criminal cases, in, 8 §1.1.1(1)(b)

Beyond reasonable doubt, Pen. C. §1096, 8 §1.1.1(2) (a)[1]

Chart, Chart 8-1, 8 §1.1.3

Clear & convincing evidence, 8 §1.1.1(2)(b)

Competency to stand trial, 8 §1.1.1(1)(b)[3]; 8 §1.1.3

Defenses

Generally, 8 §1.1.1(1)(b)[2]; 8 §1.1.1(2)(a)[2]; 8 §1.1.1(2)(c); 8 §1.1.3

Insanity, Evid. C. §522; 8 §1.1.3

Defined, Evid. C. §115; 8 §1.1

Elements of offense, 8 §1.1.1(1)(b)[1]; 8 §1.1.1(2)(a) [1]; 8 §1.1.3

Guilt or wrongdoing, Evid. C. §520

Jury instruction, Evid. C. §502; 8 §1.1.2

Preponderance of evidence, 8 §1.1.1(2)(c)

Presumptions, see this index

Proof to raise reasonable doubt, 8 §1.1.1(2)(a)[2]

Standards of proof, Evid. C. §115; 8 §1.1.1(2); 8 §1.1.3

BUSINESS RECORDS

Confrontation Clause, non testimonial, 5-E §3.2.1(3) (g)

Hearsay exceptions, see this index

BUSINESSES

See Business Records, this index

See Fourth Amendment, this index

CELL PHONES

Electronic Communications Privacy Act, see this index

Text messages, authentication, 2 §2.1.1(2)(f)[2]

CHAIN OF CUSTODY

Authentication by, 2 §3.1.2

CHARACTER EVIDENCE

See also Profile Evidence, this index

See also Syndrome Evidence, this index

Generally, Evid. C. §1100; 4-A §1

Absence of accident or mistake, 4-A §4.1.4(2)(e)

Admissibility

Generally, Evid. C. §1100; 4-A §1

Chart, see Charts, this index

Attacking or supporting witness's credibility, Evid. C. §§780, 1101(c); 4-A §2

Care or skill, Evid. C. §1104

Charts

Admissibility, Chart 4-1, 4-A §1.2

Defendant's character, see Charts, this index

Victim's character, see Charts, this index

Child abuse, see Family-violence offenses, this entry

Common plan or design, 4-A §4.1.4(2)(b)

Conduct, specific-instances evidence

Generally, Evid. C. §1100; 4-A §1.3.1(1)(c)

Attacking or supporting witness's credibility, Evid. C. §§780, 1101(c); 4-A §2

Defendant's good character, see this entry

Family-violence offenses, see this entry

Other-acts evidence, see this entry

Sexual offenses, see this entry

Third party's, 1 §4.10.2

Victim's negative character, see this entry

Convictions

Family-violence offenses, see this entry

Sexual offenses, see this entry

To establish nonpropensity matter, see Other-acts evidence, this entry

Credibility of witness, Evid. C. §§780, 1101(c); 4-A §2; 4-A §3.2.2(2)(b)[3]

Defendant's good character

Generally, Evid. C. §1102; 4-A §3.2

Admitting, 4-A §3.2.1

Chart, see Charts, this index

Credibility of witness, Evid. C. §§780, 1101(c); 4-A §2; 4-A §3.2.2(2)(b)[3]

Cross-examination of defendant's character witness, 4-A §3.2.2(2)

Foundation, rebuttal, 4-A §3.2.2(2)(a)

Jury instruction, 4-A §3.2.3

Limiting instruction, 4-A §3.2.2(2)(c)

Probative value, Evid. C. §352; 4-A §3.2.1(2)

Proper phrasing, rebuttal, 4-A §3.2.2(2)(b)

Rebutting, 4-A §3.2.2

Relevant to charged offense, 4-A §3.2.1(1)

Defendants negative character

Generally, 4-A §3.1

Chart, see Charts, this index

Credibility of witness, Evid. C. §§780, 1101(c); 4-A §2

Family-violence offenses, see this entry

Rebutting good-character evidence, 4-A §3.2.2

Sexual offenses, see this entry

Violent character, proof of, Evid. C. §1103(b); 4-A §3.3.3

Defined, 4-A §1.1.1

Domestic violence, see Family-violence offenses, this entry

Elder abuse, see Family-violence offenses, this entry

Family-violence offenses

Generally, Evid. C. §1109; 4-A §3.5

Administrative determinations, 4-A §3.5.1(6)

Admitting, 4-A §3.5.1

Chart, see Charts, this index

Conviction unnecessary, 4-A §3.5.1(2)(a)

Countervailing factors, Evid. C. §352; 4-A §3.5.1(5)(b)

Credibility of witness, Evid. C. §§780, 1101(c); 4-A §2

Date, 4-A §3.5.1(2)(c)

Defined, Evid. C. §1109(d); 4-A §3.5.1(1); 4-A §3.5.1(2)

Independent source, 4-A §3.5.1(5)(a)[3]

Inflammatory nature, 4-A §3.5.1(5)(b)[2]

Jury instruction, 4-A §3.5.3

Location, 4-A §3.5.1(2)(d)

Notice, 4-A §3.5.1(4)

Pending charge, 4-A §3.5.1(2)(b)

Previous conviction, probative value of, 4-A §3.5.1(5)(b)[1]

Probative value, Evid. C. §352; 4-A §3.5.1(5)

Proof, 4-A §3.5.1(3)

Proximity in time, 4-A §3.5.1(5)(a)[2]

Rebutting, 4-A §3.5.2

Similarity, 4-A §3.5.1(5)(a)[1]

Habit or custom, distinguished, Evid. C. §1105 , 4-A §1.1

Identity

Generally, 4-A §4.1.4(2)(a)

Third party's, 1 §4.10.2

Intent, 4-A §4.1.4(2)(c)

Jury instructions

Defendant's good character, 4-A §3.2.3

Family-violence offenses, propensity, 4-A §3.5.3

Other-acts evidence, 4-A §4.3

Sexual offenses, propensity, 4-A §3.4.3

Victim's negative character, 4-A §3.3.4

Knowledge, 4-A §4.1.4(2)(d)

Motive, 4-A §4.1.4(2)(f)

Nonpropensity evidence

Admitting, Evid. C. §1100

Chart, see Charts, this index

Credibility of witness, Evid. C. §§780, 1101(c); 4-A §2; 4-A §3.2.2(2)(b)[3]

Other-acts evidence, see this entry

Ultimate fact in dispute, 4-A §5

Opinion evidence

Generally, 4-A §1.3.1(1)(a)

Defendants good character, 4-A §3.2; 4-A §3.2.2(2)

Family-violence offenses, propensity, 4-A §3.5

Sexual offenses, propensity, 4-A §3.4

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