Welcome back to the Bar Exam Toolbox podcast! Today, we have another episode as part of our “Listen and Learn” series. This one covers two hearsay exceptions –- specifically, present sense impression and state of mind.
In this episode we discuss:
- An overview of hearsay and hearsay exceptions
- When to apply the present sense impression and the state of mind exceptions
- Going through several examples from Evidence essays involving hearsay
- The importance of considering each statement the declarant makes
- A reminder to check out any distinctions from the federal rules of hearsay exceptions in states that do not administer the UBE
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- Brainy Bar Bank – UBE (MEE + MPT)
- California Bar Examination – Essay Questions and Selected Answers, February 2012
- California Bar Examination – Essay Questions and Selected Answers, July 2009
- Examples & Explanations for Evidence, by Arthur Best
- Podcast Episode 79: Tackling an MEE Criminal Law/Procedure and Evidence Essay
- Podcast Episode 87: Listen and Learn — Homicide
- Podcast Episode 88: Listen and Learn – Negligence Per Se
- Podcast Episode 89: Listen and Learn – What Is Hearsay?
- Podcast Episode 91: Listen and Learn – Logical and Legal Relevance
- Podcast Episode 92: Listen and Learn – Subject Matter Jurisdiction
- Podcast Episode 93: Listen and Learn – Constructive Eviction
- Podcast Episode 95: Listen and Learn – Promissory Estoppel
- Podcast Episode 97: Listen and Learn – The Reasonable Person Standard
- Podcast Episode 98: Listen and Learn – The “Battle of the Forms” Under UCC 2-207
- Tackling MBE Hearsay Questions
- Why You Should Take Evidence During Law School and Why It’ll Be Important to Your Bar Study
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