New Hampshire Evidence Manual
This practical guide gives New Hampshire practitioners quick information on evidence rules and procedures. The first part of the book is a "how-to" guide for presenting evidence and objections at trial. The second consists of the complete and fully updated text of the Rules of Evidence, practice commentary on each rule and its operation, examples of the rule's application and reporter's notes.
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PART TWO CATEGORIES OF OBJECTIONS
RELEVANCY AND ITS LIMITS
Definitions R 802 Hearsay R 803 Hearsay Exceptions Availability of Declarant Immaterial R 804 Hearsay Exceptions Declarant Unavailable R 805 H...
AUTHENTICATION AND IDENTIFICATION R 901 Requirement of Authentication or Identification R 902 SelfAuthentication R 903 Subscribing ...
PHOTOGRAPHS R 1001 Definitions
Admissibility of Duplicates
Admissibility of Other Evidence of Contents
Testimony or Written Admission of Party
Functions of Court and Jury
MISCELLANEOUS RULES R 1101 Applicability of Rules R 1102 Amendments R 1103 Title
Requirement of Original
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