Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence

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Aspen Law & Business, 2000 - Law - 1007 pages
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Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence is the premier work in its field. This comprehensive and practical guide to the law of Massachusetts evidence gives you the latest case law and up-to-date information on all evidentiary matters, including: Relevance
-- New kinds of scientific and statistical evidence
-- Character evidence
-- Admissibility of confessions
-- Privileges and disqualifications
-- Domestic Abuse Prevention Statute
-- Expert testimony.

With detailed reference to all significant Massachusetts and federal cases with a bearing on the law of evidence, this trial attorney's bible provides all the insightful analysis you need for practical, day-to-day use.

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About the author (2000)

Brodin is a Professor of Law at the Boston College Law School.

Michael Avery, Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School where he teaches constitutional law and evidence, is a former president of the National Lawyers Guild. From 1970 to 1998, he was in private practice, specializing in plaintiffs' civil rights litigation and criminal defense.

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