The Kentucky Evidence Law Handbook
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The Kentucky Evidence Law Handbook delivers quick, accurate answers to evidence questions from the principal author of the Kentucky Rules of Evidence, Robert G. Lawson, providing step-by-step commentary on the law of evidence in Kentucky.
The current edition of the Handbook as now updated by Prof. Richard Underwood continues this informative tradition of highlighting Kentucky’s decisions (Supreme Court and Court of Appeals) that construe or apply the Kentucky Rules of Evidence, including comprehensive coverage of both pre-Rules decisions and federal cases that provide helpful guidance on using the Rules of Evidence or are likely to be influential with the Kentucky courts.
When the pace quickens in court and you need an answer fast, the index leads you directly to the topics that typically arise at trial and appeal, such as:
• Impeachment of witnesses
• Competency of witnesses
• Witness testimony
• Documentary, real, demonstrative, and opinion evidence
• Best Evidence Rule
• Grounds for challenge
• The Collective Knowledge Rule
• Questioning expert witnesses
The 2022 edition ISBN is 9781663340702.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 General Matters
Chapter 2 Relevancy and Related Matters
Chapter 3 Witnesses
Chapter 4 Impeachment and Rehabilitation
Chapter 5 Privileges
Chapter 6 Opinion Evidence
Chapter 7 Authentication and the Best Evidence Rule
Chapter 8 Hearsay Evidence
Chapter 9 Burden of Proof
Chapter 10 Presumptions
Chapter 11 Miscellaneous Matters
Table of Cases