Evidence keyed to Fisherback
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A plaintiff was involved in a medical malpractice suit against a doctor. A second doctor was called as an expert and asked on direct examination, “In your opin ion, could a mistake like the one made by the doctor cause the symptoms exhibited by the plaintiff?” The defendant objected.
The trial judge should rule the question:CorrectIncorrect
A defendant is on trial for putting razor blades inside candy bars and giving the candy to children on Halloween. A six-year-old boy answered “yes” when asked, “Did a man in a yellow convertible call you over and give you candy that made your mouth hurt?”
Over proper objection, the boy’s answer should be ruled:CorrectIncorrect
A defendant hit a plaintiff over his head with a bat. Two witnesses testified to the event. A leading question will be permitted over objection in all of the following situations except:CorrectIncorrect
In the felony murder trial of a defendant arising out of an armed robbery, the defendant’s father was called to testify. The prosecution objected to his father’s testimony on the grounds that the father just completed a five-year prison sentence for manslaughter and is the defendant’s father. The trial judge should rule the testimony:CorrectIncorrect