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Revised Statutes Chapter 27

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View Statute 27-101 Rule 101. Scope.
View Statute 27-102 Rule 102. Purpose and construction.
View Statute 27-103 Rule 103. Rulings on evidence; effect of erroneous ruling; objection; offer of proof; record of offer and ruling; hearing of jury; plain error.
View Statute 27-104 Rule 104. Preliminary questions; questions of admissibility, generally; relevancy conditioned on fact; hearing of jury; testimony by accused; weight and credibility.
View Statute 27-105 Rule 105. Limited admissibility.
View Statute 27-106 Rule 106. Remainder of or related writings or recorded statements; action of judge.
View Statute 27-201 Rule 201. Judicial notice of adjudicative facts; kinds of facts; when discretionary; when mandatory; opportunity to be heard; time of taking notice; instructing jury.
View Statute 27-301 Rule 301. Presumptions in general.
View Statute 27-302 Rule 302. Applicability of federal law in civil cases.
View Statute 27-303 Rule 303. Presumptions in criminal cases; scope; submission to jury; instruction to jury.
View Statute 27-401 Rule 401. Relevant evidence, defined.
View Statute 27-402 Rule 402. Relevant evidence admissible; exceptions; irrelevant evidence inadmissible.
View Statute 27-403 Rule 403. Exclusion of relevant evidence; reasons.
View Statute 27-404 Rule 404. Character evidence; not admissible to prove conduct; exceptions; evidence of other crimes, wrongs, or acts; standard of proof; sexual assault; provisions applicable.
View Statute 27-405 Rule 405. Method of proving character; reputation or opinion; specific instances of conduct.
View Statute 27-406 Rule 406. Habit; routine practice; admissibility; method of proof.
View Statute 27-407 Rule 407. Subsequent remedial measures.
View Statute 27-408 Rule 408. Compromise and offers to compromise.
View Statute 27-409 Rule 409. Payment of medical and similar expenses.
View Statute 27-410 Rule 410. Guilty plea; nolo contendere; offered plea; withdrawn plea; inadmissible; exceptions.
View Statute 27-411 Rule 411. Liability insurance.
View Statute 27-412 Sex offense cases; relevance of alleged victim's past sexual behavior or alleged sexual predisposition; evidence of victim's consent; when not admissible.
View Statute 27-413 Offense of sexual assault, defined.
View Statute 27-414 Criminal use; evidence of similar crimes in sexual assault cases.
View Statute 27-415 Civil case; evidence of crimes in sexual assault cases.
View Statute 27-501 Rule 501. Privileges recognized only as provided.
View Statute 27-502 Omitted.
View Statute 27-503 Rule 503. Lawyer-client privilege; definitions; general rule of privilege; who may claim privilege; exceptions to the privilege.
View Statute 27-504 Rule 504. Physician-patient privilege; professional counselor-client privilege; definitions; general rule of privilege; who may claim privilege; exceptions to the privilege.
View Statute 27-505 Rule 505. Husband-wife privilege; general rule of privilege; definitions; waiver; criminal cases; exceptions to the privilege.
View Statute 27-506 Rule 506. Communications to clergyman; definitions; general rule of privilege; who may claim privilege.
View Statute 27-507 Rule 507. Political vote; privilege.
View Statute 27-508 Rule 508. Trade secrets; privilege; protective measures.
View Statute 27-509 Rule 509. Secrets of state and other official information; general rule of privilege; who may claim privilege; procedure; effect of sustaining claim.
View Statute 27-510 Rule 510. Identity of informer; rule of privilege; who may claim; exceptions; informer appearing as a witness; procedure; orders; legality of obtaining evidence.
View Statute 27-511 Rule 511. Waiver of privilege by voluntary disclosure.
View Statute 27-512 Rule 512. Privileged matter disclosed under compulsion or without opportunity to claim privilege.
View Statute 27-513 Rule 513. Comment on or inference from claim of privilege improper; jury instruction.
View Statute 27-601 Rule 601. General rule of competency.
View Statute 27-602 Rule 602. Lack of personal knowledge; witness may not testify; evidence.
View Statute 27-603 Rule 603. Oath or affirmation.
View Statute 27-604 Rule 604. Interpreters.
View Statute 27-605 Rule 605. Competency of judge as witness.
View Statute 27-606 Rule 606. Competency of juror as witness; at the trial; inquiry into the validity of verdict or indictment.
View Statute 27-607 Rule 607. Who may impeach.
View Statute 27-608 Rule 608. Evidence of character and conduct of witness; opinion and reputation evidence of character; specific instances of conduct; privilege against self-incrimination.
View Statute 27-609 Rule 609. Impeachment by evidence of conviction of crime; general rule; time limit; effect of pardon, annulment, or equivalent procedure; juvenile adjudications; pendency of appeal.
View Statute 27-610 Rule 610. Religious beliefs or opinions.
View Statute 27-611 Rule 611. Mode and order of interrogation and presentation; control by judge; scope of cross-examination; leading questions.
View Statute 27-612 Rule 612. Writing used to refresh memory; rights of adverse party; matters unrelated; preservation for appeal; orders.
View Statute 27-613 Rule 613. Prior statements of witnesses; examining witness concerning prior statement; extrinsic evidence of prior inconsistent statement by witness.
View Statute 27-614 Rule 614. Calling and interrogation of witnesses by judge; objections.
View Statute 27-615 Rule 615. Exclusion of witnesses; exceptions.
View Statute 27-701 Rule 701. Opinion testimony by lay witnesses; when.
View Statute 27-702 Rule 702. Testimony by experts; when.
View Statute 27-703 Rule 703. Bases of opinion testimony by experts; when revealed; admissibility.
View Statute 27-704 Rule 704. Opinion on ultimate issue.
View Statute 27-705 Rule 705. Disclosure of facts or data underlying expert opinion.
View Statute 27-706 Rule 706. Judge appointed experts; procedure; compensation; disclosure of appointment; parties may call experts of own selection.
View Statute 27-707 Eyewitness identification and memory; expert witness; admissibility of testimony.
View Statute 27-801 Rule 801. Definitions; statement, declarant, hearsay; statements which are not hearsay.
View Statute 27-802 Rule 802. Hearsay rule.
View Statute 27-803 Rule 803. Hearsay exceptions; enumerated; availability of declarant immaterial.
View Statute 27-804 Rule 804. Hearsay exceptions; enumerated; declarant unavailable; unavailability, defined.
View Statute 27-805 Rule 805. Hearsay within hearsay.
View Statute 27-806 Rule 806. Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant; opportunity to explain; examine declarant.
View Statute 27-901 Rule 901. Requirement of authentication or identification; general provision; illustrations and examples; enumerated.
View Statute 27-902 Rule 902. Self-authentication; when.
View Statute 27-903 Rule 903. Subscribing witness testimony; when necessary.
View Statute 27-1001 Rule 1001. Definitions; writings and recordings, photographs, original, and duplicate.
View Statute 27-1002 Rule 1002. Requirement of original; exception.
View Statute 27-1003 Rule 1003. Admissibility of duplicate; when.
View Statute 27-1004 Rule 1004. Admissibility of other evidence of contents; when.
View Statute 27-1005 Rule 1005. Public records; contents, how proved.
View Statute 27-1006 Rule 1006. Voluminous writings, recordings, or photographs; summaries; availability; orders.
View Statute 27-1007 Rule 1007. Contents of writings, recordings, or photographs; how proved.
View Statute 27-1008 Rule 1008. Functions of judge and jury.
View Statute 27-1101 Rule 1101. Applicability of rules; courts; proceedings generally; rules inapplicable; grand jury, miscellaneous proceedings; rules applicable in part.
View Statute 27-1102 Rule 1102. Act, when effective.
View Statute 27-1103 Rule 1103. Act, how cited.
View Statute 27-1201 Unanticipated outcome of medical care; civil action; health care provider or employee; use of certain statements and conduct; limitations.
View Statute 27-1301 Evidence of visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct; restrictions on care, custody, and control; Supreme Court; duties.