HARVARD LAW SCHOOL

Fall Semester, 1999

EVIDENCE A-2

Visiting Professor Peter Murray

Assignment for Week of September 13, 1999

Relevance and Unfair Prejudice

In anticipation of our class on Tuesday, September 14, please read:

We will discuss the concept of "unfair prejudice" in connection with different kinds of proof and the relationship of relevance to unfair prejudice in circumstantial evidence.

In anticipation of our class on Wednesday, September 15, please read:

We will further consider how evidence is processed to reach a fact determination, and the role of probability and statistics in the analysis of circumstantial evidence.

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