91 episodes

Excited Utterance is a legal podcast that interviews authors of new or forthcoming legal scholarship in the areas of evidence and proof.

Excited Utterance Edward K. Cheng

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    • 4.9, 19 Ratings

Excited Utterance is a legal podcast that interviews authors of new or forthcoming legal scholarship in the areas of evidence and proof.

    90 Liat Levanon

    90 Liat Levanon

    Bad Character, Tragic Errors and Deep Ignorance. Liat Levanon from King's College London makes an ethical and aesthetic argument against the use of character evidence, suggesting that wrongful convictions of reformed defendants constitute acutely tragic errors.

    89 Georgi Gardiner

    89 Georgi Gardiner

    Rape Accusations and the Preponderance of Evidence. Georgia Gardiner from the University of Tennessee talks about sexual misconduct allegations and discusses how the classic “he said, she said” scenario paradoxically should satisfy and SHOULD NOT satisfy the preponderance standard of proof.

    88 Yehonatan Givati

    88 Yehonatan Givati

    Preferences for Criminal Justice Error Types. Yehonatan Givati discusses whether we all actually think it better for ten (or even one) guilty to go free than to convict one innocent, and why some of us might think differently.

    87 Meghan Ryan

    87 Meghan Ryan

    Secret Conviction Programs. Meghan Ryan from SMU Dedman School of Law talks about convictions based on evidence analyzed or created by secret algorithms or computer programs unavailable in discovery.

    86 Marcello Di Bello

    86 Marcello Di Bello

    Profile Evidence, Fairness and the Risks of Mistaken Convictions. Marcello DiBello from the City University of New York provides a new take on why profile evidence might be objectionable, focusing on the risk of false positives.

    85 Kristen Eichensehr

    85 Kristen Eichensehr

    The Law & Politics of Cyberattack Attribution. Kristen Eichensehr from UCLA School of Law talks about the standards used to attribute cyberattacks.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Chestonw ,

One of my professors hosts this show and it’s awesome and I’m totally not biased

If you’re curious as to what type of evidence is used in a trial and why, or why certain pieces of evidence is excluded, then this is the podcast for you. My evidence professor, Alex Nunn is one of the hosts for this show and he’s an amazing human being. He may sound dry in the show, but he’s very funny in person. Please support this podcast because it gives the type of information and scholarship that is greatly needed in today’s society.

Bill Leader ,

Valuable and interesting podcast

I am a practicing trial lawyer and I find this podcast to be relevant and helpful in my practice. Always interesting

Nmantah ,

Helpful

Extremely helpful in reviewing Evidence rules.

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