Weinstein's Evidence Manual
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The authority on Federal Evidence Rules saves you valuable research time. Here's hands-on accessibility to expert guidance, in a convenient single volume.
Useful on its own as a convenient quick reference guide, or as a companion to the six-volume masterwork, Weinstein's Federal Evidence.
First published in 1987.
1 Volume; Looseleaf; updated annually with revision pages.
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Table of Contents
1 Application of Rules and Construction
2 Control by Trial Court Generally
3 Power of Court in Relation to Jury
4 Judicial Notice
6 Relevancy Generally
7 Special Rules of Relevancy
8 Authentication and Identification
9 Best Evidence Rule
10 Witnesses Generally
11 Special Witness Rules
13 Expert Witnesses
14 Hearsay: Definition, Organization and Constitutional Concerns
15 Hearsay Exclusions
16 Hearsay Exceptions--Availability of Declarant Immaterial
17 Hearsay Exceptions Requiring Unavailability--Rule 804