New York Evidentiary Foundations

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LexisNexis, Jan 1, 1998 - Evidence (Law) - 421 pages
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Contents

A INTRODUCTION
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A INTRODUCTION
evidence law Since the principal purpose of this text is to teach trial technique rather than
SUMMARY TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface to the Second Edition Chapter 1 Introduction
Related Procedures
The Competency of Witnesses Chapter 4 Authentication
J THE VALIDATION OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
Limitations on Credibility Evidence
Limitations on Evidence That Is Relevant to the Merits of the Case
Privileges and Similar Doctrines
The Best Evidence Rule Chapter 9 Opinion Evidence
The Hearsay Rule Its Exemptions and Its Exceptions Chapter 11 Substitutes for Evidence 2012 CUMULATIVE SUPPLEMENT
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Randolph N. Jonakait is professor of law at New York Law School.

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