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CE 101 – Scope
CE 101.1 -
CE 102 – Purpose and construction
CE 103 – Rulings on evidence
CE 104 – Preliminary questions
CE 105 – Limited admissibility
CE 201 – Judicial notice of adjudicative facts generally
CE 202 – Judicial notice of legal matters
CE 301 – Scope of chapter
CE 302 – Definitions
CE 303 – Conclusive presumptions
CE 304 – Rebuttable presumptions
CE 305 – Effect of presumptions if there is no controverting evidence
CE 306 – Effect of presumptions if there is controverting evidence
CE 307 – Jury instructions
CE 308 – Effect of the term “prima facie” in legislation
CE 401 – Definition of “relevant evidence”
CE 402 – Relevant evidence generally admissible; irrelevant evidence inadmissible
CE 403 – Exclusion of relevant evidence on grounds of prejudice, confusion, or waste of time
CE 404 – Character evidence generally not admissible in civil or criminal trial to prove conduct; exceptions; other criminal acts
CE 405 – Methods of proving character
CE 406 – Habit; routine practice; methods of proof
CE 407 – Subsequent remedial measures
CE 408 – Compromise and offers to compromise
CE 409 – Payment of medical and similar expenses
CE 410 – Inadmissibility of pleas, plea discussions, and related statements
CE 411 – Liability insurance
CE 412 – Victim's past sexual behavior in sexual assault cases
CE 412.1 – Victim's attire in sexual assault cases
CE 412.2 – Evidence of similar crimes, wrongs, or acts in sex offense cases
CE 413 – Settlement or tender
CE 414 – Worker's compensation payments
CE 415 – Act of contacting or retaining an attorney
CE 501 – Scope of privileges
CE 502 – Waiver of privilege
CE 503 – Comment on or inference from claim of privilege; instructions; exception
CE 504 – Spousal confidential communications privilege
CE 505 – Spousal witness privilege
CE 506 – Lawyer-client privilege
CE 507 – Subpoena of lawyer or his representative in criminal cases
CE 508 – Subpoena of lawyer or his representative in civil cases
CE 509 – Work product rule not affected
CE 510 – Health care provider-patient privilege
CE 511 – Communications to clergymen
CE 512 – Political vote
CE 513 – Trade secrets
CE 514 – Identity of informer
CE 515 – Accountant-client privilege
CE 516 – Subpoena of accountant or his representative in criminal cases
CE 517 – Subpoena of accountant; civil, juvenile, administrative proceedings
CE 518 – Trained peer support member privilege
CE 601 – General rule of competency
CE 602 – Lack of personal knowledge
CE 603 – Oath or affirmation
CE 604 – Interpreters
CE 605 – Disqualification of judge as witness
CE 606 – Disqualification of juror as witness
CE 607 – Attacking and supporting credibility generally
CE 608 – Attacking or supporting credibility by character evidence
CE 609 – Attacking credibility by evidence of conviction of crime in civil cases
CE 609.1 – Attacking credibility by evidence of conviction of crime in criminal cases
CE 610 -
CE 611 – Mode and order of interrogation and presentation
CE 612 – Writing used to refresh memory
CE 613 – Foundation for extrinsic attack on credibility
CE 614 – Calling and questioning of witnesses by court
CE 615 – Exclusion of witnesses
CE 701 – Opinion testimony by lay witnesses
CE 702 – Testimony by experts
CE 703 – Bases of opinion testimony by experts
CE 704 – Opinion on ultimate issue
CE 705 – Disclosure of facts or data underlying expert opinion; foundation
CE 706 – Court appointed experts
CE 801 – Definitions
CE 802 – Hearsay rule
CE 803 – Hearsay exceptions; availability of declarant immaterial
CE 803.1 – Hearsay exceptions; foreign records of regularly conducted activity
CE 804 – Hearsay exceptions; declarant unavailable
CE 805 – Hearsay within hearsay
CE 806 – Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant
CE 901 – Requirement of authentication or identification
CE 902 – Self-authentication
CE 903 – Subscribing witness' testimony unnecessary
CE 904 – Self-authentication of copies of public documents
CE 905 – Self-authentication of other public records
CE 1001 – Definitions
CE 1002 – Requirement of original
CE 1003 – Admissibility of duplicates
CE 1003.1 – Electronic duplicates
CE 1004 – Admissibility of other evidence of contents
CE 1005 – Public records
CE 1006 – Summaries
CE 1007 – Testimony or written admission of party
CE 1008 – Functions of court and jury
CE 1101 – Applicability
CE 1102 – Title
CE 1103 – Repealed by acts 1995, no. 1300, 2.
CE 1104 – State v. prieur; pretrial; burden of proof