Evidence: The California Code and the Federal Rules : a Problem Approach
Uses transcripts of witness examination to help students visualize the process of presenting and objecting to evidence, and to help them understand the rules in practice as well as in theory. Combines the problem and witness examination approach with text, not cases, that sets out the law of evidence in a clear and concise manner. Most of the discussion is devoted to the policies and concepts underlying the rules. Questions and problems follow most sections.
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Evidence in Perspective
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