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    Handbook of Illinois Evidence

    ISBN-10: 0735544999
    ISBN-13: 9780735544994
    Author(s): Michael H. Graham
    Description: Cleary and Graham is the evidence handbook most cited by the Illinois bench and most relied upon by Illinois litigators, prosecutors, and criminal attorneys. With detailed discussion of hundreds of new and leading cases, this is your up-to-date,  More...
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    Edition: 8th
    Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 952
    Language: English

    Cleary and Graham is the evidence handbook most cited by the Illinois bench and most relied upon by Illinois litigators, prosecutors, and criminal attorneys. With detailed discussion of hundreds of new and leading cases, this is your up-to-date, easy-to-use guide to judicial and statutory law in the field. You'll find in-depth analysis of how the Illinois courts treat such issues as:Subsequent remedial measuresCredibility of witnessesExpert reconstruction testimonyHuman factors engineeringBlood alcohol testsHypnosisProbability assessmentRereading of testimonyChild sexual abuse Cleary and Graham's Handbook of Illinois Evidence also includes detailed hypothetical examples clarifying the more challenging evidentiary concepts, such as the collateral-noncollateral distinction and the definition of hearsay.

    Michael H. Graham is associate professor at the Moss Landing Marine Laboratories at San Jose State University. Joan Parker is the head librarian at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories. Paul K. Dayton is professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego.

    Preface
    General Provisions
    Applicability
    Purpose and Construction
    Rulings on Evidence
    Preliminary Questions of Admissibility
    Limited Admissibility
    Remainder of Related Writings, Recorded Statements, or Conversation
    Judicial Notice
    Nature of Judicial Notice
    Adjudicative Facts
    Legislative Facts
    Burdens of Proof and Presumptions
    Burden of Pleading and Proof in Civil Cases
    Presumptions in Civil Cases
    Burden of Pleading and Proof in Criminal Cases
    Presumptions in Criminal Cases
    Relevancy and its Limits
    Relevant Evidence
    Admissibility of Relevant Evidence Only
    Exclusion of Relevant Evidence on Grounds of Prejudice or Confusion
    Character Evidence Not Admissible to Prove Conduct: Exceptions; Other Crimes
    Methods of Proving Character
    Habit and Routine Practice
    Subsequent Remedial Measures
    Compromise and Offers to Compromise
    Payment of Medical and Similar Expenses
    Inadmissibility of Pleas, Offers of Pleas, and Related Statements
    Liability Insurance
    View by the Trier of Fact
    Privilege
    Description and Overview
    Constitutional Privilege
    Statutory Privilege
    Court Rule
    Common Law Privilege
    Waiver of Privilege by Voluntary Disclosure
    Witness
    Competency of Witnesses
    Personal Knowledge
    Oath or Affirmation
    Interpreters
    Competency of Judge, Juror, or Lawyer as Witness
    Dead Man's Act
    Components of Credibility: Impeachment
    Character of Witness for Truthfulness or Untruthfulness
    Impeachment by Evidence of Conviction of Crime
    Religious Beliefs or Opinions
    Mode and Order of Interrogation and Presentation
    Documents Used to Refresh Recollection
    Prior Statements of Witness
    Calling and Interrogation of Witness by the Court
    Exclusion and Separation of Witness
    Opinion and Expert Testimony
    Lay and Expert Opinion Testimony
    Opinion Testimony by Lay Witnesses
    Opinion Testimony by Expert Witnesses
    Bases of Opinion Testimony by Experts
    Opinion on Ultimate Issue
    Examination of Expert Witnesses
    Court-Appointed Experts
    Disclosure of Lay and Expert Witness Opinions
    Hearsay
    Definition of Hearsay
    Hearsay Exceptions: Admissions by Party Opponent
    Hearsay Exceptions: Availability of Declarant Immaterial
    Hearsay Exceptions: Declarant Unavailable
    Hearsay Within Hearsay
    Attacking and Supporting Credibility of Declarant
    Hearsay: Confrontation and Due Process
    Authentication and Identification
    Requirement of Authentication or Identification
    Self-Authentication
    Subscribing Witness's Testimony Unnecessary
    Original Writing Rule
    Definition
    Requirement of Original
    Admissibility of Duplicates
    Admissibility of Other Evidence of Contents
    Public Records
    Summaries
    Testimony or Written Admission of Party
    Functions of Court and Jury
    Table of Cases
    Table of Illinois Supreme Court Rules
    Table of Illinois Statutes
    Table of Federal Rules and Standards
    Table of Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions
    Index

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