We All Know the Definition of Hearsay

In the last installment of his comprehensive evidence series, Michael DeBlis takes a deep dive into every attorney’s favorite subject – Hearsay.  If you’re a trial attorney – or just want to have flashbacks to Bar Prep – this is the Evidence CLE for you!

Evidence 103: Hearsay Evidence

An out-of-court statement other than the one made by the declarant while testifying at a trial or hearing that is offered into evidence to prove the truth of the matter asserted.  Yes, hearsay.

Cross-Examination, Impeachment & Credibility

Mike will mainly cover the following points on hearsay: Rule 801 & hearsay definitions, forms of non-hearsay and the hearsay exceptions. Mike will also provide numerous memorable hypotheticals so you can think fast on your feet during the trial and practically deploy the Rules of Evidence to your advantage.  To access the course please click here: Evidence 103: Hearsay.

Hearsay Evidence CLE Topics:

* Determining who the declarant is

* The 4 point hearsay checklist

* Verbal acts

* Non-assertive conduct

* State of mind

* Prior inconsistent statements

* Prior consistent statements

* Prior identifications

* Direct admissions

* Transactional words

* Witness unavailability

* Present sense impression

* Excited utterance

* Statement of present mental or physical condition

* Past recollection recorded

* Business records

* Public records

* Hearsay exceptions dealing with records

* Learned treatises

* Hearsay catch-all exceptions

* Dying declaration

* Declaration against interest

* Hearsay exceptions under 804

Michael DeBlis III, Esq., Trial Lawyer, Actor, Author

Michael is a partner in the boutique law firm of DeBlis Law where he specializes in tax compliance and entertainment law. As a former public defender, he has spent nearly eight years cutting his teeth on some of the most serious felony cases to pass through the state courts of New Jersey.

This CLE course is offered in the following states:

* Alaska (AK)

* Alabama (AL)

* Arizona (AZ)

* California (CA)

* Connecticut (CT)

* District of Columbia (DC)

* Illinois (IL)

* Maryland (MD)

* Massachusetts (MA)

* Michigan (MI)

* Missouri (MO)

* New Hampshire (NH)

* New Jersey (NJ)

* New York (NY)

* North Dakota (ND)

* Pennsylvania (PA)

* South Dakota (SD)

* Vermont (VT)

New Jersey CLE

Attorney Credits offers CLE for attorneys in New Jersey and around the country. For more information about CLE in New Jersey please click the following link: NJ CLE.