New York Trial Guide
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A unique practice tool for civil practitioners, providing substantive and procedural guidance to the evidentiary issues encountered throughout the trial process. Complete with illustrative testimony. Covers alternative actions before and during trial, jury selection, motions and objections relating to direct and cross-examination, and much more. The guide features:
The Trial Guide consists of four 8 1/2” x 11” office books and a trial book. Material in the office books may be copied and placed behind tabs in the trial book for use in court.
First published in 1990.
5 Volumes; Looseleaf; updated with revisions.
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Table of Contents
HOW TO USE THE TRIAL GUIDE
CHAPTER 1 Motions for Continuance and Dismissal
CHAPTER 2 Motions Relating to Pleadings
CHAPTER 3 Other Non-Evidentiary Motions
CHAPTER 7 Depositions
CHAPTER 10 Voir Dire Examinations
CHAPTER 11 Opening Statement
CHAPTER 20 Procedural Rules for Presentation of Evidence
CHAPTER 21 Procedures for Determining Admissibility of Evidence
CHAPTER 22 Rules Affecting Admissibility of Evidence
CHAPTER 30 Authentication
CHAPTER 31 Secondary Evidence of Writings: Best Evidence Rule
CHAPTER 40 Hearsay
CHAPTER 40 Hearsay (continued)
CHAPTER 50 Extrinsic Policies Affecting or Excluding Evidence
CHAPTER 51 Privileges
CHAPTER 60 Opinion Testimony
CHAPTER 70 Cross-Examination
CHAPTER 80 Motion for Judgment During Trial
CHAPTER 90 Closing Argument