Utah Rules of Evidence
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Article I General Provisions
- Rule 101 Scope.
- Rule 102 Purpose and construction.
- Rule 103 Rulings on evidence.
- Rule 104 Preliminary questions.
- Rule 105 Limited admissibility.
- Rule 106 Remainder of or related writings or recorded statements.
Article II Judicial Notice
Article III Presumptions
- Rule 301 Presumptions in general in civil actions and proceedings.
- Rule 302 Applicability of federal law in civil actions and proceedings.
Article IV Relevancy And Its Limits
- Rule 401 Definition of "relevant evidence."
- Rule 402 Relevant evidence generally admissible; irrelevant evidence inadmissible.
- Rule 403 Exclusion of relevant evidence on grounds of prejudice, confusion, or waste of time.
- Rule 404 Character evidence not admissible to prove conduct; exceptions; other crimes.
- Rule 405 Methods of proving character.
- Rule 406 Habit; routine practice.
- Rule 407 Subsequent remedial measures.
- Rule 408 Compromise and offers to compromise.
- Rule 409 Payment of medical and similar expenses; expressions of apology.
- Rule 410 Inadmissibility of pleas, plea discussions, and related statements.
- Rule 411 Liability insurance.
- Rule 412 Admissibility of alleged victim's sexual behavior or alleged sexual predisposition.
- Rule 416 Violation of traffic code not admissible.
Article V Privileges
- Rule 501 Privileges recognized.
- Rule 502 Husband-wife.
- Rule 503 Communications to clergy.
- Rule 504 Lawyer-client.
- Rule 505 Government informer.
- Rule 506 Physician and mental health therapist-patient.
- Rule 507 [Reserved].
- Rule 508 Environmental self-evaluation privilege.
- Rule 509 News Reporters.
- Rule 510 Miscellaneous matters.
Article VI Witnesses
- Rule 601 General rule of competency.
- Rule 602. Lack of personal knowledge.
- Rule 603. Oath or affirmation.
- Rule 604. Interpreters.
- Rule 605. Competency of judge as witness.
- Rule 606. Competency of juror as witness.
- Rule 607. Who may impeach.
- Rule 608. Evidence of character and conduct of witness.
- Rule 609. Impeachment by evidence of conviction of crime.
- Rule 610. Religious beliefs or opinions.
- Rule 611. Mode and order of interrogation and presentation.
- Rule 612. Writing used to refresh memory.
- Rule 613. Prior statements of witnesses.
- Rule 614. Calling and interrogation of witnesses by court.
- Rule 615 Exclusion of witnesses.
- Rule 616 Statements Made During Custodial Interrogations.
Article VII Opinions And Expert Testimony
- Rule 701 Opinion testimony by lay witnesses.
- Rule 702 Testimony by experts.
- Rule 703 Bases of opinion testimony by experts.
- Rule 704 Opinion on ultimate issue.
- Rule 705 Disclosure of facts or data underlying expert opinion.
- Rule 706 Court-appointed experts.
Article VIII Hearsay
- Rule 801 Definitions.
- Rule 802 Hearsay rule.
- Rule 803 Hearsay exceptions; availability of declarant immaterial.
- Rule 804 Hearsay exceptions; declarant unavailable.
- Rule 805 Hearsay within hearsay.
- Rule 806 Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant.
- Rule 807 Other Exceptions.
Article IX Authentication And Identification
- Rule 901 Requirement of authentication or identification.
- Rule 902 Self-authentication.
- Rule 903 Subscribing witness' testimony unnecessary.
Article X Contents Of Writings, Recordings, And Photographs
- Rule 1001 Definitions.
- Rule 1002 Requirement of original.
- Rule 1003 Admissibility of duplicates.
- Rule 1004 Admissibility of other evidence of contents.
- Rule 1005 Public records.
- Rule 1006 Summaries.
- Rule 1007 Testimony or written admission of party.
- Rule 1008 Functions of court and jury.