Federal Rules of Evidence: LexisNexis Federal Documents
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The Federal Rules of Evidence were enacted in 1975 and govern the use of evidence at civil and criminal trials in United States federal trial courts. Many states have adopted the federal evidence rules or used them as a model with variances.
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Federal Rules of Evidence