New York Evidentiary Foundations
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Learn how to address and overcome evidentiary problems in New York courtrooms. New York Evidentiary Foundations brings New York evidence law to life, showing you how to frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence. The book includes specific lines of questioning, demonstrating courtroom-proven trial techniques applying New York evidence law.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Related Procedures
Chapter 3 The Competency of Witnesses
Chapter 4 Authentication
Chapter 5 Limitations on Credibility Evidence
Chapter 6 Limitations on Evidence That Is Relevant to the Historical Merits of the Case
Chapter 7 Privileges and Similar Doctrines
Chapter 8 The Best Evidence Rule
Chapter 9 Opinion Evidence
Chapter 10 The Hearsay Rule, Its Exemptions, and Its Exceptions
Chapter 11 Substitutes for Evidence