Federal Rules of Evidence Handbook

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Carolina Academic Press, 2003 - Law - 337 pages
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"The Federal Rules of Evidence Handbook presents a unique approach to the study of evidence. Each section of the book begins with the statement of the rule itself. The rule is followed by an analysis, and illustrated with examples drawn from cases. The book is directed at law students and those studying for the bar examination, rather than the practicing lawyer, although some lawyers recently admitted to the bar will find it very useful."--BOOK JACKET.

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Judicial Notice
Presumptions in Civil Actions and Proceedings
Relevancy and Its Limits

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