Connecticut Trial Evidence Notebook
This accurate and up-to-date resource provides even the most experienced trial lawyer a distinct advantage by having vital information at your fingertips right in the office or in the courtroom. Organized for speed and accuracy, Connecticut Trial Evidence Notebook, Second Edition gives you all the tools you need to handle any situation that comes up during trial. When time counts, rely on this reference to support an objection, reinforce claims of admissibility, properly interpret the hearsay rule and its exceptions, or correctly apply evidentiary rules. In addition to reciting the applicable rule, the authors supply commentary and pertinent citations to existing statutes, cases, and proper authorities.
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