A Practical Guide to Federal Evidence
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Whether in moot court or trial, A Practical Guide to Federal Evidence, Eleventh Edition, will guide you to mastery of making and responding to evidentiary objections. Objections and their responses are grouped by subject category of the objection for easy location. The extensive practice commentaries given for each objection will help you understand the application of the Federal Rules of Evidence in practice and enable you to deal with the common issues that arise. This edition also includes the 2011 restyling of the rules and current amendments through December 2014.
The Federal Rules of Evidence and a quick reference guide to objections are included. The handy quick reference guide includes only the minimum language required to make or respond to objections for quick use in moot or trial court and provides reference to the more detailed explanations in the text.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
CHAPTER 2. FORMS OF QUESTIONS
CHAPTER 3. RELEVANCE
CHAPTER 4. AUTHENTICATION AND ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS
CHAPTER 5. EXHIBITS
CHAPTER 6. OPINIONS
CHAPTER 7. CROSS-EXAMINATION AND IMPEACHMENT
CHAPTER 8. CHARACTER EVIDENCE
CHAPTER 9. HEARSAY
Federal Rules of Evidence
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE