Critique the collection of evidence in your portfolio that support the
achievement of two NMC proficiencies in the Care Delivery domain.
In this essay, I will evaluate my own ability to generate reliable and valid evidence in my portfolio in support of two NMC proficiencies from the Care Delive...
Volcanic and Seismic events are major pieces of evidence towards proving that plate tectonics theory is valid (40 marks)
The theory of plate tectonics states that the Earth’s lithosphere (top layer of the Earth’s crust) is split up into rigid sections called plates that are moving relative to o...
“Volcanic and seismic events are major pieces of evidence towards proving that plate tectonics theory is valid’ Discuss the extent to which you agree with this statement (40 marks)
The plate tectonics theory was made by a German named Alfred Wegener. He stated that a single continent existed...
Evidence for plate tectonics
Some of the evidence that suggests that the continents have shifted to their present positions is:
1. A number of continents have coastlines that appear to fit together like a jigsaw. These are remnants of the super-continents Pangaea and Gondwana
Discuss some of the ways in which statistics can be used or misused in different Areas of Knowledge to assist and mislead us, and how can we determine whether to accept the statistical evidence that is presented
Statistics are numbers or figures that have been measured and are used to reach a qua...
Write a report on the use of evidence based nursing within long term conditions (LTC), including personal reflection on how you have recently used evidence based practice in the care of a person with a long term condition.
2.1. This report discusses the significance of...
Evaluate the evidence that face recognition involves processes that are different from those used in other types of recognition.
The face is the most important visual stimulus that we encounter; it is alone in the amount of attention it demands from our visual processes. We make most of our infer...
Trace evidence is based on Locard's exchange principle which contends that every contact no matter how slight will leave a trace . The trace is normally caused by objects or substances contacting one another, and leaving a small sample on the contact surfaces. Foreign objects or pieces of material p...
UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
FACULTY OF LAW
TAPE RECORDED LECTURES
THE LAW OF EVIDENCE
LLB II 2003
LAW OF EVIDENCE Lesson 2
RELEVANCE & ADMISSIBILITY
‘Res Gestae’, it has been said, is a phrase adopted to provide a respectable legal cloak for a variety of cases to which no...
EVIDENCE LAW CLASS NOTES
August 28, 2003
Federal Rules: Came into effect in 1975
Alabama: January 1, 1996
Federal – They’re being “re-styled”, but with no substantive changes intended.
Alabama – They’re being reviewed right now (2011), and could go into effect...
1. Is the jury present when hearings on the admissibility of a confession are conducted? Cite the applicable rule that applies to this situation and explain the reason for the rule. No, the jury is not present for admissibility of confession hearings. Rule 104 (part C. conducting a hearing so the ju...
PRESENTATION OF EVIDENCE
The general rule is that evidence must be given orally by witnesses in the presence of the parties – be it in criminal or civil trials. When you did civil procedure you will remember there were a couple of exceptions to this rule i.e. interrogatories, c...
In order to introduce the tape-recorded statements against Sanders, the declarant (Blair) must be unavailable as a witness according to Fed.R.Evid. 804. The statements by Blair fall under an exception to the hearsay rule, Fed.R.Evid. 804(b)(3), which provides that when a declarant is unavailable a...
Table of Contents
Make outline based on a review of steps of each section like in the notes from 10/4/2011/ flow chart(s) like on TWEN 3
I) The Framework of Decision 3
A) Allocating the case 3
1) Allocating the Burdens of Proof § 337 3
B) Burden of Proof 4
1) Satisfying the burden of produc...
January 15, 2014
Chapter One - Fain Textbook
Formal, rigorous process to discover new knowledge or validate/refine existing knowledge
Gathering of data, information, and facts for the advancement of knowledge
Type of systematic activity (set of planned...
Use: 401 ( is it barred by 404(a) character evidence ( can use 404(b) to admit ( then 403 to see if unfair/probative
Use: 401 ( 613/801 (admissibility) ( 104(a) or (b) (is evidence enough to come in)
RULE 401 – RELEVANCE
“Relevant evidence” means evidence having any te...
Class 1 | Tuesday5/21 | Chapter 1: Why Take This Course? 1-5Chapter 2: Types of Courtroom Evidence 6-19Problem Set 2Chapter 3: Four W’s of the Federal Rules of Evidence 20-31Chapter 4: Structure of a Trial 32-39 |
Chapter 2 Notes: TYPES OF COURTROOM EVIDENCE
This case revolves around evidential issues that may have arisen during pre-trial procedures:
1. Was the rejection of Mike’s request for a solicitor, a breach of procedure, and the impact of any breach?
2. What effect does Mike’s silence, when questioned in the first interview, have...
“Discuss the rule in R v Leatham  8 Cox. CC 498 and the validity of the rule in the context of recent developments in Kenyan Law”
1. Understand the case facts and decision, make a personal analysis.
R v. Leatham (1861) 8 Cox CC. 498, 502
During an inquiry before a Commission...