Colorado Evidentiary Foundations
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Written by renowned authorities in evidence law, Colorado Evidentiary Foundations is a collaborative project of evidence experts, well-known in Colorado and around the country:
• Hon. Roxanne Bailin is Chief District Justice of the 20th Judicial District, Colorado
• James M. England is a retired civil and commercial litigator
• H. Patrick Furman is Clinical Professor of Law at University of Colorado Boulder
• Edward J. Imwinkelried is Professor and Director of the Trial Advocacy Program at the University of California, Davis. He is the author of Evidentiary Foundations, Fifth Edition and many other books on evidence law.Learn to address and overcome evidentiary problems in Colorado courtrooms. Colorado Evidentiary Foundations brings Colorado evidence to life, showing you how to frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence. Specific lines of questioning are included, demonstrating courtroom-proven trial techniques applying Colorado evidence law.
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Table of contents
Ch. 1: Introduction
Ch. 2: Related Procedures
Ch. 3: The Competency of Witnesses
Ch. 4: Authentication
Ch. 5: Legal Relevance Limitations on Credibility Evidence
Ch. 6: Legal Relevance Limitations on Evidence that Is Relevant to the Historical Merits of the Case
Ch. 7: Privileges and Similar Doctrines
Ch. 8: The Best Evidence Rule
Ch. 9: Opinion Evidence
Ch. 10: The Hearsay Rule, Its Exemptions, and Its Exceptions
Ch. 11: Substitutes for Evidence