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Character Evidence and Evidence of Previous Crimes

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Explore how evidence of previous conduct and crimes by a witness can be outcome-determinative in a jury trial. Join Quentin Brogdon in this one-hour presentation as he answers questions on what and when evidence is admissible. And how does a party preserve error for an appeal when seeking to admit or to exclude this evidence.
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TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2021

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1. Character Evidence and Evidence of Previous Crimes (Jun 2020)

Quentin Brogdon

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Video (mp4) 61 mins
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Session 1:

Character Evidence and Evidence of Previous Crimes (Jun 2020)

Explore how evidence of previous conduct and crimes by a witness can be outcome-determinative in a jury trial. Join Quentin Brogdon in this one-hour presentation as he answers questions on what and when evidence is admissible. And how does a party preserve error for an appeal when seeking to admit or to exclude this evidence.

Originally presented at: Jun 2020 Character Evidence and Evidence of Previous Crimes

Quentin Brogdon, Crain Brogdon Rogers, LLP - Dallas, TX