Evidence in Florida
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Evidence in Florida offers a practical, contemporary approach to the law of evidence. Experienced practitioners, judges, and law professors share their expertise in all aspects of the gathering and presentation of evidence in Florida courts. The updated and expanded Twelfth Edition includes:
- Updated case law, statutes, and rules and regulations.
- Hot Topics:
- Updated Florida Evidence Code
- Florida is now a Daubert state.
- The Florida Supreme Court adopted the Daubert amendments to the extent they are procedural in In re: Amendments to Florida Evidence Code, 278 So. 3d 551 (Fla. 2019).
- Discussion of pleas added to Chapter 13, Florida Trial Objections.
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The 11th edition ISBN was 9781522139935.
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Table of contents
Joseph C. Bodiford
2. Judicial Notice; Presumptions; Burden of Proof
John K. Londot
Roy E. Fitzgerald and Jennifer Perrone
Gannon M. Coens
Michael H. Moody
Joseph C. Bodiford
7. Opinion and Expert Testimony
Jeannine Smith Williams
8. Hearsay Rule
Mark M. Dobson
9. Hearsay Exceptions
Mark M. Dobson
10. Real and Demonstrative Evidence
John K. Londot and Ronald M. Rosengarten
11. Best Evidence Rule
Melisa L. Bodnar
12. Parol Evidence Rule
13. Florida Trial Objections
Robert Michael Eschenfelder
14. Evidentiary Trial Issues
Roy E. Fitzgerald
15. Electronic Evidence
Hon. Ralph Artigliere and William Hamilton
Appendix  F.S. Chapter 90, Florida Evidence Code (Including Sponsors' Notes)