Summing up and comment by judge.
Introduction of related writings or recorded statements.
Matters which must be judicially noticed.
Matters which may be judicially noticed.
Compulsory judicial notice upon request.
Determination of propriety of judicial notice and nature of matter noticed.
Denial of a request for judicial notice.
Instructing jury on judicial notice.
Judicial notice by trial court in subsequent proceedings.
Presumption defined; inferences.
Classification of rebuttable presumptions.
Presumption affecting the burden of producing evidence defined.
Presumption affecting the burden of proof defined.
Definition of relevant evidence.
Admissibility of relevant evidence.
Admissibility of paternity determination in certain criminal prosecutions.
Statements expressing sympathy; admissibility; definitions.
Exclusion on grounds of prejudice or confusion.
Character evidence; when admissible.
Methods of proving character.
Subsequent remedial measures.
Compromise and offers to compromise.
Payment of medical and similar expenses.
Offer to plead guilty; nolo contendere; withdrawn pleas of guilty.
Privileges recognized only as provided.
Fiduciary lawyer-client privilege.
Sexual assault counselor-victim privilege.
Domestic violence advocate-victim privilege.
Privilege with respect to communications to clergy.
Privilege with respect to trade secrets.
Waiver of privilege by voluntary disclosure.
Privileged matter disclosed under compulsion or without opportunity to claim privilege.
Application of privileged communication.
Privileged communication necessary to adverse party.
General rule of competency.
Disqualification of witness.
Lack of personal knowledge.
Oath or affirmation of witness.
Interpreters and translators.
Interpreter services for deaf persons.
Competency of certain persons as witnesses.
Character of witness as impeachment.
Conviction of certain crimes as impeachment.
Religious beliefs or opinions.
Mode and order of interrogation and presentation.
Refreshing the memory of a witness.
Prior statements of witnesses.
Calling witnesses by the court.
Opinion testimony of lay witnesses.
Opinion on ultimate issue.
Basis of opinion testimony by experts.
Disclosure of facts or data underlying expert opinion.
Authoritativeness of literature for use in cross-examination.
Hearsay; definitions; exceptions.
Hearsay exceptions; availability of declarant immaterial.
Hearsay exceptions; declarant unavailable.
Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant.
Requirement of authentication or identification.
Testimony of subscribing witness unnecessary.
Photographs of property wrongfully taken; use in prosecution, procedure; return of property to owner.
Requirement of originals.
Admissibility of duplicates.
Admissibility of other evidence of contents.
Testimony or written admissions of a party.
Functions of court and jury.