Evidence is at the core of all legal cases, swaying juries one way or another, whether scarce or present in abundance. If you are eager to learn more about the role of evidence in trials, while also satisfying your NY continuing legal education requirements, then look no further than our Evidence Law package.
Adapted from the NYCLA 2nd Annual Day of Evidence, this 14-credit (11.00 General; 3.00 Ethics) course allows attendees to learn from some of the foremost experts in the legal field, teaching them winning techniques and strategies for use when trying personal injury, medical malpractice, criminal and matrimonial cases.
Topics covered in this course will include objections i.e. when it is appropriate to object to evidence in a trial, timing of objections and the importance of precision when objecting.
Other areas to be addressed include electronically stored or computer generated information (“ESI”), and how it can be employed as a veritable cache of related evidence with the potential to be dispositive, or at the very least helpful in proving one’s case, or defending a party. Also discussed will be the problems associated with this form of evidence including its ease of fabrication and manipulation.
Additionally, attendees will hear from a sitting Circuit Court judge and seasoned litigators as they offer tips and techniques on communicating in court. Currently available for the reduced price of $249, those interested in an evidence law-based New York CLE course can sign up now for a savings of 41%.