A practical guide to federal evidence: objections, responses, rules, and practice commentary

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National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Jun 1, 1988 - Law - 225 pages
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Each chapter of this work contains a short discussion of an evidentiary issue, a suggested objection and response, the text of the controlling Federal rule, an outline of the necessary foundation and a practice commentary.

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General Considerations Chapter 1 Objections Generally
Offers of Proof
Competence to Testify

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