When a defendant in a criminal defense case goes to trial with a jury, there are rules of Procedure such as rule 403 as to what can and cannot be shown to the members of jury. child endangerment Rule 403 of the criminal procedure deals directly with this issue. The rule states that a trial court may exclude certain relevant pieces of evidence if the introduction of said evidence causes unfair prejudice, confuses the issues, misleads the jury, causes undue delay, wastes time, or needlessly presents cumulative evidence which would weigh any inherent value the introduction of the evidence has. One of the biggest challenges that a defendant faces, especially in a murder case, is that the evidence against them causes the members of the jury to form an unfair prejudice against them. An unfair prejudice essentially causes the members of the jury to act on something other than the law, for example emotions. Pictures of the victim in a murder trial, although relevant, may cause the members of the jury to become so enflamed with emotions that they form opinions about the defendant which are prejudicial in nature.