Art of Advocacy: Demonstrative Evidence
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Here's invaluable guidance for the litigator on how and when to use demonstrative evidence in a personal injury case. Complete with sample testimony and arguments, illustrations, charts and diagrams, the volume covers:
• Technical and practical problems involved in obtaining and handling demonstrative exhibits
• The legal principles related to the use, admissibility and opposition of virtually every type of demonstrative presentation
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Table of contents
Table of Contents
A COMPLETE SYNOPSIS FOR EACH CHAPTER APPEARS AT
THE BEGINNING OF THE CHAPTER
CHAPTER 1 Definition and Overview
CHAPTER 2 The Fundamentals of Demonstrative Evidence
CHAPTER 3 Views
CHAPTER 4 Real Evidence-People and Animals
CHAPTER 5 Real Evidence-Objects and Samples
CHAPTER 6 Models
CHAPTER 7 Maps
CHAPTER 8 Charts, Graphs, and Diagrams
CHAPTER 9 Documents
CHAPTER 10 Photographs and Slides
CHAPTER 11 X-Rays, Thermographics and Other Medical Tests
CHAPTER 12 Audio Presentations
CHAPTER 13 Video and Motion Pictures
CHAPTER 14 Fingerprints, Palmprints, and Footprints
CHAPTER 15 Demonstrations
CHAPTER 16 Computer Generated Materials
CHAPTER 17 Demonstrative Non-Evidence