Art of Advocacy Series: Demonstrative Evidence

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LexisNexis, Jun 3, 2016 - Law - 944 pages
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Here's invaluable guidance for the litigator on how and when to use demonstrative evidence in a personal injury case. Complete with sample testimony and arguments, illustrations, charts and diagrams, the volume covers:

•  Technical and practical problems involved in obtaining and handling demonstrative exhibits
•  The legal principles related to the use, admissibility and opposition of virtually every type of demonstrative presentation

First published in 1988.

1 Volume; updated with revisions.

 

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Contents

Foreword
i Overview
The Fundamentals of Demonstrative Evidence
2 Use for Other Purposes
1 Appeal From an Evidentiary Decision
Views
Real EvidencePeople and Animals
Real EvidenceObjects and Samples
Photographs and Slides
a Overview
Show that an automobile was destroyed beyond repair
Audio Presentations
d Authentication
1 Benefits and Practicalities
Video and Motion Pictures
7 Showing

4 Opposition Checklist
Fingerprints Palmprints and Footprints
Show hyperextension or hyperflexion injury sprain strain
Maps
xrays or thermographics 41
Charts Graphs and Diagrams
1 Rules Pertaining to Admissibility and
Documents
Computer Generated Materials
1 Definitions
Demonstrative NonEvidence
Appendix A Bibliography
3 Use as Demonstrative Evidence
b Relevance to Liability
3 Cost Considerations
2 Presentation Modes

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