California Evidence: A Wizard's Guide
Make evidence disappear with a wave of your magic wand! California law students and practicing lawyers can become wizards in the courtroom with the help of this concise guide to the California Evidence Code. Hundreds of practical illustrations are offered by means of practice transcripts which are extensively cross-referenced. Frequent comparisons to the Federal Rules of Evidence are offered, as well as review problems with sample answers. The text also includes helpful charts, summaries and review problems.California Evidence: A Wizard's Guide will be helpful to law student, practitioners and judges.
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Chapter One The Problem of Proposition Eight
Chapter Three Conditional Relevance
Introduction Extrinsic to What?
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