New Jersey Trial Evidence and Procedure
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New Jersey Trial Evidence and Procedure provides a practical and comprehensive presentation of trial evidence and procedure. This book encompasses the rules and law governing the trial of cases which are found in the evidence rules, court rules, court decisions, and Model Civil Jury Charges. This volume also provides important practice points and insights as to how this body of evidence law plays out in a courtroom and what strategies provide maximum success.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: Trial Calendar and Pretrial Information Exchange
Chapter 2: Selecting a Jury
Chapter 3: Jury Note Taking and Jury Questions
Chapter 4: Opening Statement
Chapter 5: Preliminary Hearing
Chapter 6: Conditional Evidence
Chapter 7: Judicial Notice
Chapter 8: Presumptions
Chapter 9: Relevance, Exclusionary Rules, Limiting Instructions, and Stipulations
Chapter 10: Character Evidence
Chapter 11: Privileges
Chapter 12: Lack of Personal Knowledge
Chapter 13: Order of Interrogation and Presentation of Proofs
Chapter 14: Refreshing Recollection and Past Recollection Recorded
Chapter 15: Questioning and Calling of Witnesses by the Trial Judge
Chapter 16: Sequestration of Witnesses
Chapter 17: Attacking Credibility
Chapter 18: Prior Inconsistent Statement Used to Impeach the Witness
Chapter 19: Prior Inconsistent Statements Admitted for Their Truth
Chapter 20: Prior Consistent Statements and Vouching
Chapter 21: Expert Testimony
Chapter 22: Use of Depositions and Prior Testimony at Trial
Chapter 23: Use of Interrogatory Answers at Trial
Chapter 24: Hearsay
Chapter 25: Authentication of Trial Exhibits
Chapter 26: The Parol Evidence Rule
Chapter 27: Trial Objections
Chapter 28: Closing Statement
Chapter 29: Jury Charge and Verdict Sheet
Chapter 30: Trial Motions
Chapter 31: Spoliation of Evidence
Chapter 32: Offer of Judgment