Tennessee Evidence Courtroom Manual
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This convenient manual includes the Tennessee Rules of Evidence together with analysis and case notes. It is designed to provide fast, accurate answers to evidentiary questions.
Written by Professor Susan L. Kay of Vanderbilt University Law School and Professor Glen Weissenberger of DePaul University College of Law, leading evidence scholars, Tennessee Evidence Courtroom Manual aids the practitioner and judge alike in understanding the operation and application of the rules of evidence that recur during the course of trials and hearings.
Tennessee Evidence Courtroom Manual includes many convenient features ideal for courtroom application, including:
- Summary of relevant statutes and case law
- Concise, authoritative commentary and analysis
- Explanation of current trends and developments
- Illustrative examples
- Constitutional considerations
- Additional authority for expanding your research
- Text of applicable statutes
- Quick Reference Index
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Table of contents
ARTICLE I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
ARTICLE II. JUDICIAL NOTICE
ARTICLE III. PRESUMPTIONS
ARTICLE IV. RELEVANCE
ARTICLE V. PRIVILEGES
ARTICLE VI. WITNESSES
ARTICLE VII. OPINIONS AND EXPERT TESTIMONY
ARTICLE VIII. HEARSAY
ARTICLE IX. AUTHENTICATION
ARTICLE X. CONTENTS OF WRITINGS, RECORDINGS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS
APPENDIX. Advisory Committee Notes to the Tennessee Rules of Evidence