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Evidentiary Rulings – Preserving the Record: 5 Rules Every Judge (and attorney) Must Know (15-02)

Lack_EvidenceUpdate Focus:  You are upset at your judge’s evidentiary ruling(s). You are convinced the courts legal analysis is seriously flawed and you believe you could win on appeal. Preserving the court record is one of the fundamental duties of all judges and attorneys. However, winning an appeal by arguing evidentiary error is exceedingly hard to do. This Update will focus on the 5 most important rules that attorneys and judges must follow in order to preserve an evidentiary ruling for appeal.

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“JUDICIAL LANDMINES” 20 COMMON MISTAKES EVERY JUDGE SHOULD AVOID (13-15)

WHAT IS A JUDICIAL LANDMINE? Judicial Landmines are common judicial mistakes or oversights that create a high likelihood of triggering an appeal. These judicial oversights tend to reoccur with every new generation of judges. Most of these mistakes occur as a result of judicial omission or failing to make a proper record. The following is a summary list of the 20 most common reoccurring Judicial Landmines.

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Pendleton Update 13-15