Question: 1 Hearsay evidence is not allowed at a preliminary hearing

1. Hearsay evidence is not allowed at a preliminary hearing.
2. The defense is not required to call any witnesses on the defendant’s behalf.
3. A jury verdict of not guilty in a criminal case may be appealed by the prosecution.
4. Generally, an attorney is allowed to ask leading questions of a witness.
5. Attorney-client privilege extends to the forensic accountant hired by the attorney.
6. All communication between an attorney and a client are privileged.
7. Recruiting or hiring someone to commit a crime is called aiding and abetting.
8. To be convicted of 18 USC 96 (RICO), at least two federal or state crimes must be committed.




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