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The 2007 Florida Statutes

Title VII
EVIDENCE
Chapter 90
EVIDENCE CODE
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Chapter 90, Florida Statutes 2007

TITLE VII

EVIDENCE

CHAPTER 90

EVIDENCE CODE

90.101  Short title.

90.102  Construction.

90.103  Scope; applicability.

90.104  Rulings on evidence.

90.105  Preliminary questions.

90.106  Summing up and comment by judge.

90.107  Limited admissibility.

90.108  Introduction of related writings or recorded statements.

90.201  Matters which must be judicially noticed.

90.202  Matters which may be judicially noticed.

90.203  Compulsory judicial notice upon request.

90.204  Determination of propriety of judicial notice and nature of matter noticed.

90.205  Denial of a request for judicial notice.

90.206  Instructing jury on judicial notice.

90.207  Judicial notice by trial court in subsequent proceedings.

90.301  Presumption defined; inferences.

90.302  Classification of rebuttable presumptions.

90.303  Presumption affecting the burden of producing evidence defined.

90.304  Presumption affecting the burden of proof defined.

90.401  Definition of relevant evidence.

90.402  Admissibility of relevant evidence.

90.4025  Admissibility of paternity determination in certain criminal prosecutions.

90.4026  Statements expressing sympathy; admissibility; definitions.

90.403  Exclusion on grounds of prejudice or confusion.

90.404  Character evidence; when admissible.

90.405  Methods of proving character.

90.406  Routine practice.

90.407  Subsequent remedial measures.

90.408  Compromise and offers to compromise.

90.409  Payment of medical and similar expenses.

90.410  Offer to plead guilty; nolo contendere; withdrawn pleas of guilty.

90.501  Privileges recognized only as provided.

90.5015  Journalist's privilege.

90.502  Lawyer-client privilege.

90.503  Psychotherapist-patient privilege.

90.5035  Sexual assault counselor-victim privilege.

90.5036  Domestic violence advocate-victim privilege.

90.504  Husband-wife privilege.

90.505  Privilege with respect to communications to clergy.

90.5055  Accountant-client privilege.

90.506  Privilege with respect to trade secrets.

90.507  Waiver of privilege by voluntary disclosure.

90.508  Privileged matter disclosed under compulsion or without opportunity to claim privilege.

90.509  Application of privileged communication.

90.510  Privileged communication necessary to adverse party.

90.601  General rule of competency.

90.603  Disqualification of witness.

90.604  Lack of personal knowledge.

90.605  Oath or affirmation of witness.

90.606  Interpreters and translators.

90.6063  Interpreter services for deaf persons.

90.607  Competency of certain persons as witnesses.

90.608  Who may impeach.

90.609  Character of witness as impeachment.

90.610  Conviction of certain crimes as impeachment.

90.611  Religious beliefs or opinions.

90.612  Mode and order of interrogation and presentation.

90.613  Refreshing the memory of a witness.

90.614  Prior statements of witnesses.

90.615  Calling witnesses by the court.

90.616  Exclusion of witnesses.

90.701  Opinion testimony of lay witnesses.

90.702  Testimony by experts.

90.703  Opinion on ultimate issue.

90.704  Basis of opinion testimony by experts.

90.705  Disclosure of facts or data underlying expert opinion.

90.706  Authoritativeness of literature for use in cross-examination.

90.801  Hearsay; definitions; exceptions.

90.802  Hearsay rule.

90.803  Hearsay exceptions; availability of declarant immaterial.

90.804  Hearsay exceptions; declarant unavailable.

90.805  Hearsay within hearsay.

90.806  Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant.

90.901  Requirement of authentication or identification.

90.902  Self-authentication.

90.903  Testimony of subscribing witness unnecessary.

90.91  Photographs of property wrongfully taken; use in prosecution, procedure; return of property to owner.

90.951  Definitions.

90.952  Requirement of originals.

90.953  Admissibility of duplicates.

90.954  Admissibility of other evidence of contents.

90.955  Public records.

90.956  Summaries.

90.957  Testimony or written admissions of a party.

90.958  Functions of court and jury.