Military rules of evidence manual
Lexis Law Pub., 1997 - Law - 1237 pages
Military Rules of Evidence Manual, Fourth Edition is the only publication of its kind available to both military & civilian attorneys that analyzes what the Rules say & mean to judges & counsel in the military justice system. It also serves as an authoritative case finder. Since the Rules became effective in 1980, this book has been cited hundreds of times by the military courts. This Fourth Edition provides notes to virtually every military case that has interpreted or applied the Rules.
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Rulings on Evidence
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