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Authored by a noted Boston litigator, Trial Handbook for Massachusetts Lawyers covers both procedural and substantive aspects of trial. It details every aspect of a trial in a sequential manner, providing quick access to the basic principles of trial law, including procedural, evidentiary, and substantive, and the proper application of those principles. This title also analyzes the most recent Massachusetts trial caselaw, rules, and statutes, citing controlling authority for every statement. Coverage includes Supreme Court and Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court cases regarding forfeiture-by-wrongdoing doctrine and testimonial hearsay, the exclusionary rule and suppression of evidence, and more. This publication includes: References to ALR, Am Jur, Proof of Facts, and other sources Discussion of state-specific issues faced every day by trial attorneys A table of cases