Pretrial Motions The Framework for Evidence at Trial

Pretrial motions are an integral part of trial preparation. Court rulings regarding motions may dramatically affect the substance and procedure at trial. The prosecution of crimes against animals is still a relatively unexplored area. This webinar will discuss standard practice motions, such as motions for discovery and motions to suppress evidence and statements. Additionally, other motions such as “other/similar transactions” (Rule 404(b)) and Frye hearings (regarding expert testimony as to pain, suffering, etc.) will be discussed. This webinar will be beneficial to prosecutors trying animal abuse cases, but also for investigators and anyone involved in pre-trial work involving abused animals.

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