Carlsons' Guide to Evidence Authentication: Essential Foundations for Georgia Advocates

This publication is targeted to Georgia lawyers and judges. It is of particular use by Georgia attorneys who are commanded by state appellate court decisions to consult federal decisions along with Georgia cases under Georgia's "new" Evidence Code when arguing evidentiary principles. The book provides critical information for resolving evidence disputes in Georgia's trial and appellate courts.

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This publication is targeted to Georgia lawyers and judges. It is of particular use by Georgia attorneys who are commanded by state appellate court decisions to consult federal decisions along with Georgia cases under Georgia's "new" Evidence Code when arguing evidentiary principles. The book provides critical information for resolving evidence disputes in Georgia's trial and appellate courts.

Carlsons’ Guide to Evidence Authentication is designed to go to court. The smaller counterpart to Carlson on Evidence features alphabetical organization, structure by key evidence terms, sample evidentiary foundations, and “Q&A’s”- for a host of evidence. It focuses on succinct analysis of crucial evidence concepts in “new” Georgia and Eleventh Circuit authority.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1: Admissions
Chapter 2: Adoptive Admissions
Chapter 3: Agent Admissions
Chapter 4: Best and Secondary Evidence
Chapter 5: Bias
Chapter 6: Business Records
Chapter 7: Character and Reputation: Truthfulness
Chapter 8: Character and Reputation: Violence and Peacefulness
Chapter 9: Coconspirator Statements
Chapter 10: Computer Records and Electronic Evidence
Chapter 11: Confessions
Chapter 12: Custody of Exhibits
Chapter 13: Declarations Against Interest
Chapter 14: Dying Declarations
Chapter 15: Excited Utterance
Chapter 16: Experiments and Demonstrations
Chapter 17: Fees Paid to Experts
Chapter 18: Habit or Custom
Chapter 19: Handwriting
Chapter 20: Impeaching Own Witness
Chapter 21: Insurance Information
Chapter 22: Judicial Notice
Chapter 23: Juror Misconduct
Chapter 24: Motions in Limine
Chapter 25: Offer of Compromise
Chapter 26: Offer of Proof
Chapter 27: Opinion by Lay Witness
Chapter 28: Opinions by Experts
Chapter 29: Photographs
Chapter 30: Present Sense Impression
Chapter 31: Prior Consistent Statements
Chapter 32: Prior Convictions
Chapter 33: Prior Impeaching Statements
Chapter 34: Privileges
Chapter 35: Public Records
Chapter 36: Qualifications of Experts
Chapter 37: Remedial Measures
Chapter 38: Sequestration Violation
Chapter 39: State of Mind
Chapter 40: Statements to Doctors and Medical Personnel: Medical History
Chapter 41: Summaries
Chapter 42: Texts and Treatises
Chapter 43: Uncharged Misconduct
Chapter 44: Untruthful Acts Impeachment
Chapter 45: Voice
Appendix: Georgia Rules of Evidence