Maryland Evidence Handbook
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Written and annually updated by Judge Joseph F. Murphy, Jr., Maryland Evidence Handbook provides an up-to-date analysis of the law of evidence as it affects Maryland lawyers. Maryland Evidence Handbook is an easy-to-read volume offering detailed and instructive practical insight into the application of the law of evidence in numerous aspects of litigation practice. Distilled from Judge Murphy’s varied experience as a teacher, practioner and judge, Maryland Evidence Handbook brings you in-depth and insightful coverage of topics including burdens of proof, relevancy, competency, hearsay, privileges, tangible evidence, testimony, impeachment, expert testimony and more.
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Table of contents
Ch. 1 Preserving Issues for Appeal
Ch. 2 Litigation Ethics and Courtroom Etiquette
Ch. 3 Overview of the Process
Ch. 4 Burdens of Production and Persuasion
Ch. 5 Relevancy
Ch. 6 Competency
Ch. 7 Hearsay
Ch. 8 Hearsay Exceptions
Ch. 9 Privileges
Ch. 10 Shortcuts to Proof
Ch. 11 Tangible Evidence
Ch. 12 Testimony
Ch. 13 Impeachment
Ch. 14 Expert Testimony
Ch. 15 Formal Rules Inapplicable
Appendix: Proposed Maryland Rules of Evidence
Table of Cases
Table of Maryland Rules