Brandis and Broun on North Carolina Evidence
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Brandis and Broun on North Carolina Evidence has long been recognized as both the comprehensive and authoritative, as well as practical source on North Carolina evidence law. The new Eighth Edition presents updated analysis of recent case law, statutory, and rules developments, most notably in relation to confrontation and scientific/technical evidence. Authors Kenneth S. Broun, Henry Brandis Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina, Richard E. Myers II, Henry Brandis Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina, and Jonathan E, Broun of North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services continue the tradition of authoritative and practical expertise that Brandis and Stansbury established over the past seven decades.
Following the organization of the Rules of Evidence, to make your research faster and more efficient, this two volume set provides commentary and analysis of all recent cases dealing with evidentiary rules and issues decided by the North Carolina Supreme Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals. It also includes United States Supreme Court cases that affect North Carolina evidence law and references to pertinent law review articles.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction, General Provisions and Miscellaneous Topics
Chapter 2 Judicial Notice
Chapter 3 Burden of Proof and Presumptions
Chapter 4 Relevancy and Its Limits
Chapter 5 Privileges
Chapter 6 Witnesses
Chapter 7 Opinion and Expert Testimony
Chapter 8 Hearsay
Chapter 9 Authentication and Identification
Chapter 10 Contents of Writings, Recordings and Photographs
Table of Cases
Table of North Carolina Statutes (North Carolina General Statutes including Rules of Civil Procedure, Evidence and Appellate Procedure)