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California Guide to Criminal Evidence, 2018 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: O'Connor's
Copyright: 2018
ISBN: 9781598392920
Service #: 42537441
Sub #: 42537440
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: No updating

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California Guide to Criminal Evidence, 2018 ed.



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The California Guide to Criminal Evidence is the first evidence book that is made exclusively for the criminal practitioner. Designed to be both comprehensive and portable enough to take to the courtroom, this book will have customers fully prepared for their next criminal hearing or trial. Some of the features of the book include the following:

  • More than 500 pages of expert analysis of the California Evidence Code as it applies specifically to criminal matters, along with detailed discussions of the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
  • Numerous tables and charts designed to provide quick and accurate access to important evidentiary issues while in the courtroom, covering topics such as objections, hearsay exceptions, character evidence, privileges, search and seizure, and the admissibility of pre- and post-Miranda statements
  • Sample predicate questions to guide you through the requirements for introducing specific evidence at trial, including writings, real evidence, demonstrative evidence, photographs, audio recordings, experimental evidence, computer simulations, lay testimony, and expert testimony
  • The entire Evidence Code with comments from the Law Revision Commission
  • Insightful comparisons between the California Evidence Code and the Federal Rules of Evidence