Trial Evidence, Fourth Edition

ISBN-10: 0735577234
ISBN-13: 9780735577237
Edition: 4th 2009 (Revised)
Authors: Thomas A. Mauet
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List price: $93.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 1/19/2009
Binding: Paperback
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.266
Language: English

For insight into the actual application of evidentiary rules in the courtroom, Trial Evidence, Fourth Edition, takes the point of view of the trial judge. Highly respected authors Mauet and Wolfson explore the methods, strategies, and tactics of trial evidence through an analytical approach that reveals how judges and trial lawyers think about evidentiary rulesparticularly the Federal rules of Evidence. A terrific contribution to trial practice teaching materials, Trial Evidence, Fourth Edition, features: sterling authorship from two luminaries in the clinical field complete coverage of the effective use of evidence in a trial setting an analytical structure that reflects how judges and trial lawyers think about evidentiary rules, particularly the Federal Rules of Evidence numerous examples that illustrate how various evidentiary issues arise in practice, both before and during trial Law and Practice sections, integrated throughout the book, based on actual federal and state cases chronological organization that follows the sequence of a trial opening statement, direct examination, cross examination, closing arguments straightforward writing style and a focus on practice, not theory complimentary CD-ROM with over 300 evidence problems based on actual reported cases Updated throughout, The Fourth Edition includes: discussion of the Sixth Amendment Confrontation Clause, and all Supreme Court cases interpreting Crawford v. Washington coverage of the admissibility of electronic evidence, such as email, web pages postings, and digital photographs Amendments to FRE 404(a), 408, 606(b), and 609(a)(2), integrated throughout the text important Supreme Court updates through June 2008 new problems on the CD-ROM regarding the Confrontation Clause and electronic evidence admissibility issues Trial Evidence, Fourth Edition offers comprehensive coverage of the real-life applications of evidence at trial, helmed by two authors you trust to bring valuable insight into your classroom.

An Advocacy Approach to Trial Evidence
The Role and Power of the Trial Judge: Evidentiary Objections Before and During Trial
Opening Statements
Direct Examination of Witnesses: Basic Considerations
Direct Examination of Witnesses: Relevance
Direct Examination of Witnesses: Hearsay and Non-Hearsay
Direct Examination of Witnesses: Hearsay Exceptions
Direct Examination of Witnesses: Policy Exclusions and Privileges
Direct Examination of Experts
Exhibits
Judicial Notice and Presumptions
Cross-Examination and Impeachment of Lay and Expert Witnesses
Redirect, Recross, Rebuttal, and Surrebuttal
Closing Arguments
Appendix: Federal Rules of Evidence
Table of Cases
Index

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