Federal Rules Of Evidence

Author: Christopher B. Mueller
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454892536
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Federal Rules of Evidence: With Advisory Committee Notes and Legislative History, 2017 Statutory Supplement

Federal Rules Of Evidence With Advisory Committee Notes Legislative History And Case Supplement

Author: United States
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 9780735540644
Size: 70.11 MB
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Long recognized as the evidence supplement that fits most easily with the widest range of teaching materials, Christopher B. Mueller and Laird C. Kirkpatrick's Federal Rules of Evidence Supplement keeps up with the latest evidentiary developments. the 2004 Edition presents everything you need for an up-to-the-minute course: completely current Federal Rules of Evidence pending Amendments To The Rules proposed but rejected Rules latest developments surrounding the ABA's Model Code of Professional Responsibility And The Model Rules of Professional Conduct the latest and most significant cases Whether you use the author's highly-popular casebook, Evidence Under the Rules, Fifth Edition, or their student treatise, Evidence, Third Edition, this high-quality statutory supplement can bring immediacy and insight to your course.

Federal Rules Of Evidence Handbook

Author: Staff
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781531000295
Size: 51.96 MB
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This handbook includes the text of the Federal Rules of Evidence, including amendments in effect December 1, 2016 (absent Congressional action). The handbook also includes selected legislative history, the Advisory Committee Notes to the Rules and to the amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence. A final section includes Proposed Federal Rules of Evidence Relating to Privilege with Advisory Committee Notes.

A Student S Guide To Hearsay

Author: Clifford S. Fishman
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 0327174331
Size: 78.33 MB
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The overarching objective of A Student's Guide to Hearsay is to help students sort out the complexities of the hearsay rule, its exceptions, and the Sixth Amendment Confrontation Clause. For each exception, this book: • Outlines the policies underlying the exception; • Lists and explains the requirements that must be satisfied for evidence to be admitted under the exception; • Explains additional issues that have arisen or are likely to arise; • Explains how the rule interacts with other rules ; • Discusses tactical and procedural considerations that must be understood to appreciate how the rule plays in court; and • Provides review questions and answers that allow students to test their understanding and applications of the rules. The book also includes humorous references addressing the hearsay significance of a ham sandwich, Humpty Dumpty, the Greek god of wine, Tim McGraw, dog saliva, Derek Jeter, a squeaky boot, Leonardo DiCaprio, the French Army, the speed of sound, Commander Data, and the Chicago Cubs. The 4th edition is based on the text of the restyled Federal Rules of Evidence that will become effective December 1, 2011. It includes a detailed discussion of every Supreme Court Confrontation Clause decision from Crawford to Bryant, and also discusses the Bullcoming case which the Court will probably decide sometime this year. It includes a link to the author's web page on which updates to the Guide will be posted.

Evidence Under The Rules

Author: Christopher B. Mueller
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 145485894X
Size: 74.94 MB
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The eighth edition of Evidence Under the Rules: Text, Cases, and Problems, one of the most widely-adopted Evidence coursebooks ever published, has been thoroughly revised and redesigned to be even more teachable and student friendly. A new two-color design enhances the reading experience, and new text boxes (many with photographs) provide interesting background on select cases and additional perspectives on key issues. Many elements, however, remain the same, including: the book’s structuring around the Federal Rules of Evidence; carefully edited cases and secondary materials; and the inclusion of numerous problems that allow students to apply new concepts.

Federal Rules Of Evidence With Practice Problems 2017 Supplement

Author: Arthur Best
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454890517
Size: 13.45 MB
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This text is an essential complement to Arthur Best's casebook, Evidence: Practice, Problems, and Rules, Second Edition. The practice problems provide students with an opportunity to apply their knowledge of Evidence rules and doctrines in a variety of practice contexts. It contains: The restyled Federal Rules of Evidence, as Amended December 1, 2015 Advisory Committee notes and Legislative History Prior version of Federal Rules of Evidence (unrestyled rules) Trial preparation problems that present particular evidence issues in seven different practice settings. They call for the drafting of motions or memos that lawyers would typically prepare to deal with them in advance of trial. Extensive in-trial problems that follow the transcript of a hypothetical trial, with evidence issues arising in a somewhat unpredictable order that reflects actual trial practice.

Evidence

Author: David A. Sklansky
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454874694
Size: 59.93 MB
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A highly flexible casebook focusing on core concepts and central controversies in evidence law. With well-selected and tightly edited cases, this casebook offers thoroughly up-to-date coverage of technical and jurisprudential developments in scientific proof. Specifically, the fourth edition contains a dozen new cases while also dropping older material made redundant by the additions. The author has replaced the Supreme Court s confrontation decisions in Davis v. Washington and Michigan v. Bryant with the Court s 2015 decision in Clark v. Ohio. The Court s 2012 decision in Williams v. Illinois, regarding confrontation and expert witnesses, has replaced State v. Lewis. And Warger v. Shauers, the Court s 2014 decision applying Federal Rule of Evidence 606(b), has pushed aside Tanner v. United States and People v. Fleiss.

Federal Rules Of Evidence Handbook 2013 14 Edition

Author: Publisher's Editorial Staff
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 0769876684
Size: 42.22 MB
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This handbook includes the new text of the Federal Rules of Evidence, which took effect December 1, 2011. The handbook also includes selected legislative history, the Advisory Committee Notes to the Federal Rules of Evidence and to the amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence. Professors and adjunct professors may request complimentary examination copies of LexisNexis law school publications to consider for class adoption or recommendation. Please identify the book(s) you wish to receive, provide your institutional contact information, and submit your request here."