Federal Evidence Tactics
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Tracking the Federal Rules of Evidence, this easy-to-use publication is designed to help counsel strategically analyze the issues involved in the introduction of and objection to particular evidence. An excellent tactical companion to Weinstein's Federal Evidence, Second Edition.
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Table of contents
VOLUME 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER A THE IMPORTANCE OF TACTICS IN TRIAL ADVOCACY
CHAPTER B PROPONENT'S THRESHOLD TACTICAL DECISION TO CHOOSE A PARTICULAR ITEM OF EVIDENCE TO PROFFER AT TRIAL
CHAPTER C OPPONENT'S THRESHOLD TACTICAL DECISION WHETHER TO OBJECT TO ITEM OF EVIDENCE PROFFERED BY PROPONENT
PART II FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE
CHAPTER 1 ARTICLE I: GENERAL PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 2 ARTICLE II: JUDICIAL NOTICE
CHAPTER 3 ARTICLE III: PRESUMPTIONS IN CIVIL ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS
CHAPTER 4 ARTICLE IV: RELEVANCY AND ITS LIMITS
CHAPTER 5 ARTICLE V: PRIVILEGES
CHAPTER 6 ARTICLE VI: WITNESSES
VOLUME 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART II FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE (CONTINUED)
CHAPTER 7 ARTICLE VII: OPINIONS AND EXPERT TESTIMONY
CHAPTER 8 ARTICLE VIII: HEARSAY
CHAPTER 9 ARTICLE IX: AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION
CHAPTER 10 ARTICLE X: CONTENTS OF WRITINGS, RECORDINGS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS
CHAPTER 11 ARTICLE XI: MISCELLANEOUS RULES
APPENDIX A: CIVIL TRIAL PRACTICE STANDARDS, ABA
TABLE OF CASES