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Courtroom Handbook on Federal Evidence, 2020 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2020
ISBN: 9781539266426
Service #: 11480863
Sub #: 11480862
Pages: 734
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Courtroom Handbook on Federal Evidence, 2020 ed.

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Helping you lay the proper foundation for admitting evidence, Courtroom Handbook on Federal Evidence is a comprehensive resource. It provides correct answers to your evidentiary questions the first time, every time. This volume offers you immediate, reliable access to:

  • The Federal Rules of Evidence
  • Significant statutes
  • Related court rules
  • Constitutional provisions affecting admissibility of evidence
  • Expert commentary on how the evidence rules are applied

The commentary, complete with citations to relevant authority, helps you deal quickly and effectively with problems likely to arise during trial. Common objections and responses are provided to help you make the proper objection or overcome your opponent's objections.

Editorial features include cross-references to locate statutes, rules, objections, evidentiary checklists, and tables located throughout the handbook. A fold-out Federal Evidence Rules Summary presents a quick view on the practical implementation of the rules at trial.