Character evidence both positive and negative can influence decisions made by judges and juries. This question deals with evidence of the violent character of an alleged victim. This issue often arises in self-defense cases.An exception to the rule forbidding character evidence to prove conduct applies to homicide and assault cases where it is difficult to determine the aggressor. This exception allows the accused to introduce evidence indicating the violent character of the victim.Based on the above information answer the following questions:Support your arguments with at least one relevant case.This question concerns character and reputation evidence in a self-defense case. Be sure to cite the appropriate rule or rules of evidence and provide rationales for the courts decision.Jack Hyde is being prosecuted for murder. He wants Keith to testify that often in the past he saw Hyde act as a peaceful person who remained in control even in situations where others might have been physically violent. Keith had seen Hyde being hit in the face. To Keiths surprise Hyde did not punch back but smiled and walked away.The State objects to Keiths testimony. Describe what the courts ruling might be to such an objection.Assume that the court overruled the States objection. In response the State wants Noah to testify that once he saw Hyde being slapped. Hyde reacted by taking a knife from under his jacket had cut the assailants arm and kicked him. Hyde objects to Noahs testimony. Explain the court ruling regarding such testimony as evidence.Assume that the court overrules Hydes objection to this evidence. Examine reasons for the courts decision.