New York Evidence Courtroom Manual

Get fast, accurate information for evidentiary questions in New York.

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This convenient softbound manual is designed specifically for courtroom use and offers judges and practitioners many trial-tested features that not only provide fast, accurate information for evidentiary questions, but also guide you to the underlying authorities and secondary sources.

New York Evidence Courtroom Manual follows the popular format and features of Glen Weissenberger’s well-known treatise, Federal Evidence, and his many other courtroom manuals. Together, Weissenberger’s treatise and courtroom manuals have been cited by state and federal courts on hundreds of occasions, so you can trust that NewYork Evidence Courtroom Manual provides authoritative commentary and analysis.

New York Evidence Courtroom Manual includes many convenient features ideal for courtroom application, including:

  • Summary of relevant statutes and case law
  • Concise, authoritative commentary and analysis
  • Explanation of current trends and developments
  • Illustrative examples
  • Constitutional considerations
  • Additional authority for expanding your research
  • Text of applicable statutes
  • Quick Reference Index

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Table of Contents

  

Using This Book
Text of the New York Evidence Law
ARTICLE I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
ARTICLE II. JUDICIAL NOTICE
ARTICLE III. PRESUMPTIONS
ARTICLE IV. RELEVANCY AND ITS LIMITS
ARTICLE V. PRIVILEGES
ARTICLE VI. WITNESSES
ARTICLE VII. OPINIONS AND EXPERT TESTIMONY
ARTICLE VIII. HEARSAY
ARTICLE IX. AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION
ARTICLE X. BEST EVIDENCE RULE