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TITLE 4

 

EVIDENCE ANDWITNESSES

 

Chapter     40.       EvidenceCode

                  41.       EvidenceGenerally

                  42.       Execution,Formalities and Interpretation of Writings

                  43.       PublicWritings

                  44.       Witnesses

                  45.       TestimonyGenerally

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Chapter 40 — EvidenceCode

 

2009 EDITION

 

 

EVIDENCECODE

 

EVIDENCEAND WITNESSES

 

GENERALPROVISIONS

 

40.010       Rule100. Short title

 

40.015       Rule101. Applicability of Oregon Evidence Code

 

40.020       Rule102. Purpose and construction

 

40.025       Rule103. Rulings on evidence

 

40.030       Rule104. Preliminary questions

 

40.035       Rule105. Limited admissibility

 

40.040       Rule106. When part of transaction proved, whole admissible

 

JUDICIALNOTICE

 

40.060       Rule201(a). Scope

 

40.065       Rule201(b). Kinds of facts

 

40.070       Rules201(c) and 201(d). When mandatory or discretionary

 

40.075       Rule201(e). Opportunity to be heard

 

40.080       Rule201(f). Time of taking notice

 

40.085       Rule201(g). Instructing the jury

 

40.090       Rule202. Law that is judicially noticed

 

BURDENOF PERSUASION; BURDEN OF PRODUCING EVIDENCE; PRESUMPTIONS

 

40.105       Rule305. Allocation of the burden of persuasion

 

40.110       Rule306. Instructions on the burden of persuasion

 

40.115       Rule307. Allocation of the burden of producing evidence

 

40.120       Rule308. Presumptions in civil proceedings

 

40.125       Rule309. Presumptions in criminal proceedings

 

40.130       Rule310. Conflicting presumptions

 

40.135       Rule311. Presumptions

 

RELEVANCY

 

40.150       Rule401. Definition of “relevant evidence”

 

40.155       Rule402. Relevant evidence generally admissible

 

40.160       Rule403. Exclusion of relevant evidence on grounds of prejudice, confusion or unduedelay

 

40.170       Rule404. Character evidence; evidence of other crimes, wrongs or acts

 

40.172       Rule404-1. Pattern, practice or history of abuse; expert testimony

 

40.175       Rule405. Methods of proving character

 

40.180       Rule406. Habit; routine practice

 

40.185       Rule407. Subsequent remedial measures

 

40.190       Rule408. Compromise and offers to compromise

 

40.195       Rule409. Payment of medical and similar expenses

 

40.200       Rule410. Withdrawn plea or statement not admissible

 

40.205       Rule411. Liability insurance

 

40.210       Rule412. Sex offense cases; relevance of victim’s past behavior or manner of dress

 

PRIVILEGES

 

40.225       Rule503. Lawyer-client privilege

 

40.230       Rule504. Psychotherapist-patient privilege

 

40.235       Rule504-1. Physician-patient privilege

 

40.240       Rule504-2. Nurse-patient privilege

 

40.245       Rule504-3. School employee-student privilege

 

40.250       Rule504-4. Regulated social worker-client privilege

 

40.252       Rule504-5. Communications revealing intent to commit certain crimes

 

40.255       Rule505. Husband-wife privilege

 

40.260       Rule506. Member of clergy-penitent privilege

 

40.262       Rule507. Counselor-client privilege

 

40.265       Rule508a. Stenographer-employer privilege

 

40.270       Rule509. Public officer privilege

 

40.272       Rule509-1. Sign language interpreter privilege

 

40.273       Rule509-2. Non-English-speaking person-interpreter privilege

 

40.275       Rule510. Identity of informer

 

40.280       Rule511. Waiver of privilege by voluntary disclosure

 

40.285       Rule512. Privileged matter disclosed under compulsion or without opportunity toclaim privilege

 

40.290       Rule513. Comment upon or inference from claim of privilege

 

40.295       Rule514. Effect on existing privileges

 

WITNESSES

 

40.310       Rule601. General rule of competency

 

40.315       Rule602. Lack of personal knowledge

 

40.320       Rule603. Oath or affirmation

 

40.325       Rule604. Interpreters

 

40.330       Rule605. Competency of judge as witness

 

40.335       Rule606. Competency of juror as witness

 

40.345       Rule607. Who may impeach

 

40.350       Rule608. Evidence of character and conduct of witness

 

40.355       Rule609. Impeachment by evidence of conviction of crime; exceptions

 

40.360       Rule609-1. Impeachment for bias or interest

 

40.365       Rule610. Religious beliefs or opinions

 

40.370       Rule611. Mode and order of interrogation and presentation

 

40.375       Rule612. Writing used to refresh memory

 

40.380       Rule613. Prior statements of witnesses

 

40.385       Rule615. Exclusion of witnesses

 

OPINIONSAND EXPERT TESTIMONY

 

40.405       Rule701. Opinion testimony by lay witnesses

 

40.410       Rule702. Testimony by experts

 

40.415       Rule703. Bases of opinion testimony by experts

 

40.420       Rule704. Opinion on ultimate issue

 

40.425       Rule705. Disclosure of fact or data underlying expert opinion

 

40.430       Rule706. Impeachment of expert witness by learned treatise

 

HEARSAY

 

40.450       Rule801. Definitions for ORS 40.450 to 40.475

 

40.455       Rule802. Hearsay rule

 

40.460       Rule803. Hearsay exceptions; availability of declarant immaterial

 

40.465       Rule804. Hearsay exceptions when the declarant is unavailable

 

40.470       Rule805. Hearsay within hearsay

 

40.475       Rule806. Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant

 

AUTHENTICATIONAND IDENTIFICATION

 

40.505       Rule901. Requirement of authentication or identification

 

40.510       Rule902. Self-authentication

 

40.515       Rule903. Subscribing witness’ testimony unnecessary

 

CONTENTSOF WRITINGS, RECORDINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS