Federal Rules of Evidence: Rules, Legislative History, Commentary, and Authority

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LexisNexis, 2011 - Evidence (Law) - 1218 pages
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Contents

Table of Contents
Rule 103 Rulings on Evidence
Rule 104 Preliminary Questions
Rule 105 Limiting Evidence That Is
Rule 106 Remainder of or Related Writings
PRESUMPTIONS IN CIVIL CASES
Rule 302 Applying State Law to Presumptions
Rule 402 General Admissibility of Relevant
Testimony by Expert Witnesses
Bases of an Experts Opinion Testimony
Opinion on an Ultimate Issue
Disclosing the Facts or Data Underlying an Experts Opinion
CourtAppointed Expert Witnesses
THE HEARSAY PROBLEM
Definitions That Apply to This Article Exclusions from Hearsay
The Rule Against Hearsay

Rule 501 Privilege in General
Rule 502 AttorneyClient Privilege and Work
WITNESSES
Rule 607 Who May Impeach a Witness
Rule 609 Impeachment by Evidence of
Rule 604 Interpreter
Rule 610 Religious Beliefs or Opinions
Rule 612 Writing Used to Refresh a Witnesss
Rule 705 Disclosing the Facts or Data
HEARSAY
Rule 802 The Rule Against Hearsay
AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION
Rule 903 Subscribing Witnesss Testimony
Rule 902 Evidence That Is SelfAuthenticating
CONTENTS OF WRITINGS RECORDINGS
Rule 1005 Copies of Public Records to Prove
Rule 1008 Functions of the Court and Jury
MISCELLANEOUS RULES
Evidence
Exceptions to the Rule Against HearsayRegardless of Whether the Declarant Is Available as a Witness
Exceptions to the Rule Against HearsayWhen the Declarant Is Unavailable as a Witness
Hearsay Within Hearsay
Attacking and Supporting the Declarants Credibility
Residual Exception
AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION Rule 901 Authenticating or Identifying Evidence
Evidence That Is SelfAuthenticating
Subscribing Witnesss Testimony
CONTENTS OF WRITINGS RECORDINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS Rule 1001 Definitions That Apply to This Article
Requirement of the Original
Admissibility of Duplicates
Admissibility of Other Evidence of Content
Copies of Public Records to Prove Content Rule 1006 Summaries to Prove Content
Testimony or Statement of a Party to Prove Content
Functions of the Court and Jury
Applicability of the Rules
Appendix B Proposed Federal Rules of Evidence Relating
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