Evidence Flowchart: Hearsay? Post author By Margaret Post categories In Law Visuals, Project Subject Another flowchart that I made for my Evidence final last week, and just colored in… Post date 03/27/2013 Tags evidence flowchart, federal rules of evidence, hearsay, law flowchart, non-hearsay, rules of evidence Post navigation ←Previous post:Training for Commoditized Law→Next post:Lexpert & Visual Law 10 Comments Margaret Hagan is my new Hero! Thanks for the shout out 😀 you have just saved my life. i cannot thank you enough. i mean, really. really. really. thank you so much! Thanks! […] and the exceptions. I just found these amazing evidence flowcharts right now. There’s one on determining hearsay initially, and then one to see if the evidence can come in on a hearsay exception. These charts are a life […] This is amazing. I’m a flowchart person and learn better that way (as opposed to outlining) but was struggling with evidence…this is a lifesaver, thanks so much! Thanks for writing! I’m building out a Visual Law Library now, so hopefully it can be a resource in the future…. What format did you use for your flowchart? This is such a beautiful chart! Are the hearsay exceptions and exemptions grouped together though? Do you have a flow chart related to character evidence?