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 Evidence 2014

Author: Christopher B. Mueller
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 9781454840640
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Federal Rules of Evidence: With Advisory Committee Notes Supplement

Evidence

Author: Christopher B. Mueller
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 9780316589031
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Federal Rules Of Evidence With Practice Problems 2017 Supplement

Author: Arthur Best
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454890517
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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.

Statutory Supplement To Evidence

Author: Peter Nicolas
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This Document Supplement contains the text of the current federal rules of evidence, as well as the legislative history of those rules, including the Advisory Committee Notes as well as excerpts from congressional committee reports. In addition, it contains the text and legislative history of rules and amendments that were recommended by the Supreme Court but rejected by Congress. Furthermore, it contains the text and Advisory Committee Notes for proposed amendments to federal rules of evidence 404, 408, 606, and 609.While designed primarily for use as a Document Supplement to Evidence: Problems, Cases and Materials, it can be used to supplement any evidence textbook, and is also useful to practitioners in need of an up-to-date copy of the federal rules of evidence.This work supplements Evidence Problems, Cases and Materials

Federal Rules Of Evidence Rules Legislative History Commentary And Authority

Author: Glen Weissenberger
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 0327176229
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This one-volume treatise provides clear and concise explanations for the application and practical effect of each Rule of Evidence--a valuable resource for any Evidence student. This treatise was recently cited as "the authoritative text" on federal evidence law (United States v. Schlesinger, 372 F. Supp. 2d 711, 720 (E.D.N.Y. 2005)). Annually supplemented and complete, this edition contains a careful examination of the most recent changes in the Federal Rules. This edition includes a detailed line-by-line summary and analysis of the newest Federal Rule of Evidence, Rule 502, which sets forth certain important new limitations on the waiver of the attorney-client privilege and work product protection. It also discusses the Supreme Court's latest decision in Kansas v. Ventris (2009), concerning the extent to which a witness may be impeached with prior inconsistent statements that were obtained in violation of witness's constitutional rights. And of course it includes an extensive discussion of four landmark Supreme Court decisions, Crawford v. Washington (2004), Davis v. Washington (2006), Whorton v. Bockting(2007), and Giles v. California (2008), which have completely rewritten the law governing the right of a criminal defendant to rely on the Confrontation Clause to obtain the exclusion of otherwise admissible hearsay.