The new stack is Evidence Rules.
I have also done some tinkering with the Investigation and Proof Time Line Stack. This stack is now divided into two sections: (a) Investigation Time Line and (b) Trial Time Line. Furthermore, the time line cards now have links to legal rules and principles of evidence.
Since I am an Evidence person, this gives me a feeling of closure, catharsis, or, more simply put, achievement and satisfaction. [But much work lies ahead of me, alas.])The stacks (files) found below are the evidence marshaling stacks that now exist in MarshalPlan -- and each one of these stacks (or files) is the equivalent of a method of marshaling, or organizing, evidence. You can run those stacks with Revolution Player. (To download a non-Windows-operating-system player, go here.)
I suggest you download all of the stacks found below before you run them with the Revolution Player -- because then the stacks will link to each other and you can then see MarshalPlan 3.1 in its full glory.
As I noted above, I suggest you begin by using Revolution Player to run this stack.Analysts (Users)
Directory of (All) Persons
Evidence of Material Facts
Evidence for and against Material Facts
Substantive Legal Rules
Rules of Evidence
Legal Source Material
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
Witness Credibility Attribute: Ability to CommunicateProbative Value (a/k/a "Argument from Evidence to Factual Hypothesis," or "Factual Inference" proper)
Witness Credibility Attribute: Veracity
Witness Credibility Attribute: Personal Knowledge
Witness Credibility Attribute: Memory
Witness Credibility Attribute: Objectivity
Witness Credibility Attribute: Sensory Capacity (Quality of Sense Organs)
N.B. As always, please keep in mind that MarshalPlan is not a prototype of a real-world real-time operating system. In its present configuration, it is more akin to a tinker-toy, suitable for use mainly in the classroom.
Coming soon: the law of evidence on Spindle Law