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In-Depth Review of Evidentiary Rules: The Essential Trial Skills Experienced Litigators Sometimes Get Wrong

Date
Friday
April 5, 2019
Location
BAMC Office 27 West Jefferson St. Rockville, MD 20850
Contact
Bar Association of Montgomery County

Brad McCullough will be discussing "Evidentiary Rules: The Essential Trial Skills Experienced Litigators Sometimes Get Wrong" as part of the Bar Association of Montgomery County's 2019 Advanced Litigation Symposium. The full-day symposium features panels of judges and distinguished attorneys.

Brad will address the different types and uses of character evidence under Rules 5-404 (a) and (b) and 5-608 (a) and (b); as well as the use of prior statements to refresh recollection under Rule 5-612, to impeach under Rule 5-613, or to introduce as substantive non-hearsay evidence under Rule 5-802.1. 

Brad McCullough is a commercial and business litigator and appellate attorney who represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of cases in federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as before arbitration panels and in mediation proceedings. 

For more information or to register, visit the CLE Seminar page of the Bar Association of Montgomery County at https://www.barmont.org

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J. Bradford McCullough
Principal
301-657-0734
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