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AJ3 Finals 2

Questions Specific to Final

When do we use Preliminary Hearings For felony cases not presented to a grand jury
What wa issue with Rape trials prior to 1970 Defense was allowed to dredge up the victims prior sexual history. Rape shield laws curtailed this ploy.
How far back do fingerprints go They date back to 1901
What is secondary evidence Refers to all types of evidence used to establish the contents of a document when the original or the duplicate are unavailable
What are the Hearsay Rules Makes declarations inadmissible in court. There are many exceptions to this rule
What are some examples of exceptions to the hearsay rule Spontaneous Utterance, dying declaration
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