Federal Evidence Practice Guide
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Some of the country’s leading trial lawyers provide thoughtful, practical guidance on crucial evidentiary matters from pre-trial gathering of the evidence through summation. With explanatory material and clear examples of testimony, each chapter offers specific guidelines for effective use and management of evidence.
Included are the authors’ recommendations and commentary regarding successful techniques for offering or opposing evidence.
Areas of evidence practice covered include:
First published in 1989.
3 Volumes; Looseleaf; updated with revisions.
Also available on Authority Federal Practice Library CD-ROM.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Pretrial Considerations
Chapter 1 Preliminary Considerations
Chapter 2 Gathering the Evidence
Chapter 3 Pretrial Evidentiary Procedures
Chapter 4 Judicial Notice
Part 2: Types of Evidence
Chapter 5 Demonstrative Evidence
Chapter 6 Documentary Evidence
Chapter 7 Reserved
Part 3: Evidence at Trial
Chapter 8 Opening Statements
Chapter 9 Reserved
Chapter 10 Witnesses in General
Chapter 11 Expert Witnesses
Chapter 12 Examination of Witnesses
Part 3: Evidence at Trial (CONT.)
Chapter 13 Powers of the Trial Judge Regarding Conduct of the Trial
Chapter 14 Reserved
Chapter 15 Circumstantial Evidence
Chapter 16 Objections: Making the Record
Chapter 17 The Use of Evidence in Summations