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Green's Georgia Law of Evidence fully incorporates the current 2013 Evidence Code. Many changes in the rules regarding admissibility of evidence will occur as courts hand down decisions interpreting the new law. In order to more cohesively incorporate these, Green's Evidence is presented in a softbound, annually issued format. In addition to providing much new content, a substantial portion of the material from the prior hardbound edition has been rearranged and rewritten, while the classic discussion has been maintained where relevant or necessary for context. Key subjects covered in this edition include: Prior law and the new Evidence Code compared and contrasted Differences between federal rules and the new Georgia rules Elimination of the res gestae concept Similar transaction evidence Relevancy Privileges Opinion testimony – lay and expert Documentary evidence Burdens of proof and sufficiency of evidence Presumptions