Rules of Evidence in the USA provides an overview of the Federal Rules of Evidence, which is used as a model for most state courts.
Topics include General Provision, Judicial Notice, Presumptions in Civil Actions and Proceedings, Relevancy and Its Limits, Privileges, Witnesses, Opinions and Expert Testimony, Hearsay, Authentication and Identification, and Contents of Writings, Recordings, and Photographs. The text is supported with slideshows for each chapter.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Overview Of The Rules Of Evidence
Chapter 2 - Relevance And Its Limits
Chapter 3 - Privilege In General
Chapter 4 - Witnesses
Chapter 5 - Opinions And Expert Testimony
Chapter 6 - Hearsay
Chapter 7 - Authentication And Identification
Chapter 8 - Contents Of Writings, Recordings, And Photographs
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Francis DiGiacco, J.D.
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