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The Texas Rules of Evidence Handbook provides in-depth commentary and substantive analysis of the Texas Rules of Evidence for both civil and criminal cases. Written and edited by expert practitioners, the handbook explains the history, purpose, and effect of each rule. The commentary is backed by thousands of citations to rules, cases, and secondary sources. The handbook contains the following: The complete text of the Texas Rules of Evidence, including the official notes and comments Ten chapters – more than 1,000 pages – explaining the Texas Rules of Evidence, with rule numbers on tabs for quick reference Comparison between the Texas and Federal Rules of Evidence The 1982 Proposed Texas Rules of Evidence, written by the State Bar Liaison Committee on Rules of Evidence