Virginia Evidence for the Trial Lawyer
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Topics covered in this revised edition include:
- Opinion Testimony
- Authentication and Identifications
- And much more!
Complete with an appendix containing the Federal Rules of Evidence, this new edition is convenient and portable. It is sure to be an essential resource for trial practice in Virginia.
You will not want to miss this revised and updated manual designed to put dispositive evidence rules at your fingertips. Whether you use the book as a quick reference in court or to take a deeper dive to prepare a motion in limine, you will not want to miss the updates to Virginia evidence law since 2018 that are included in this new edition, such as:
- A complete replacement to Rule 6:606 describing when inquiries can be made into jury deliberations.
- What medical issues a chiropractor, podiatrist, physician assistant, or nurse may address in testimony.
- Application of the waiver doctrine to motions in limine.
- Allowing cross examination of a defense expert regarding ties to an insurance company and expansion of the scope of "substantial relationship".
- What may be admitted from the report of a medical examiner.
- The lay opinion doctrine applied to testimony about the thought processes of another person.
The 2019 Edition ISBN was 9781522183945.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 General Provisions
Chapter 2 Judicial Notice
Chapter 3 Presumptions in Civil Proceedings
Chapter 4 Relevancy, Policy, and Character Trait Proof
Chapter 5 Privileges
Chapter 6 Witness Examination
Chapter 7 Opinions and Expert Testimony
Chapter 8 Hearsay
Chapter 9 Authentication
Chapter 10 Best Evidence
Chapter 11 Applicability
Chapter 12 Evidence Doctrine in Personal Injury Litigation
Chapter 13 Other Grounds of Exclusion
Federal Rules of Evidence
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes