Federal Rules of Evidence Handbook, 2012-13 Edition
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LexisNexis, Jul 20, 2012 - Law - 281 pages
This handbook includes the new text of the Federal Rules of Evidence, which took effect December 1, 2011. The handbook also includes selected legislative history, the Advisory Committee Notes to the Federal Rules of Evidence and to the amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence.
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