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Illinois Evidence Manual is a user-friendly treatise that analyzes and catalogs all major federal and state cases affecting Illinois evidence law. It furnishes practice tips and analytical frameworks for addressing problematic areas of the law. Important finding aids that help you locate specific information quickly include headings that briefly describe the circumstances of a given case, extensive subdivisions, and a comprehensive index. Coverage includes: • Over 20 sections on expert opinion testimony • Confrontation Clause issues under Crawford v. Washington • Procedures for addressing motions in limine • Admissibility of prior testimony The authors also discuss the necessary foundation for computer-generated records, peer review privilege under the Medical Studies Act, when and how the Lynch rule applies, the “same school of medicine” rule, the completeness doctrine, the Illinois Supreme Court's discussion of the collateral-source rule, admissibility of other-crimes evidence, and more.