You will forgive me, I trust, if I return to MarshalPlan once again. You see, I think of MarshalPlan as my baby.
The following are the evidence marshaling stacks that so far exist in MarshalPlan -- and each one of these stacks (or files) is the equivalent of a method of marshaling, or organizing, evidence:
Other people who may not wish to be publicly acknowledged, deserve part of whatever credit is due for the creation of MarshalPlan. It is possible my former collaborators think me slightly daft for continuing to develop MarshalPlan. If they do, I would humbly beg to differ with them. I admit I am "possessed" by the MarshalPlan project. But this is not only because I think MarshalPlan may be very useful to legal professionals such as litigators and investigators, but also because I think MarshalPlan says something important -- fundamental -- about human knowledge.
Evidence of Material Facts
Evidence for and against Material Facts
Legal Source Material
Network Manager (I suggest you begin by using Revolution Player to run this stack.)
Elimination of Possibilities
Questions & Issues
Tangible ("Real") Evidence
Actor Time Line
Case Time Line
Time Line for Tangible Evidence
Witness Time Line
Narrative, Story-Telling, and Rhetoric
Investigation and Proof Time Line
Probative Value (a/k/a "Argument from Evidence to Factual Hypothesis," or "Factual Inference" proper)
N.B. Did you notice that time plays an essential role in many of the evidence marshaling strategies found above?
Coming soon: the law of evidence on Spindle Law