Understanding Criminal Evidence A Case Method Approach
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Description: Understanding Criminal Evidence is a carefully designedundergraduate text featuring a case-method approach and focused solelyon criminal evidence. Learning the rules from case analysis allowsstudents to apply the material to real world situations, fostering anunderstanding of the Rules of Evidence. Solid pedagogy makes thematerial more accessible than a traditional law school casebook text andfeatures end-of-chapter review questions and key terms. Each chapter hasa major introductory case that highlights the evidentiary issues.Several sub-cases in chap every chapter illustrate the ramifications ofthe rules. Trial transcripts and real world problems help students applythe rules to real situations they may face in practice.Features:Case-method approach to criminal evidenceCase analysis methodologystudents apply the rules to the real world and to real lifeFeatures a traditional approachmaterial designed specifically for undergraduatesfocused solely on criminal evidenceSound pedagogyend-of-chapter review questionskey termsmaterial more accessible than a traditional law school casebooksCases in each chapterone major introductory case highlighting evidentiary issuesseveral sub-cases illustrating ramifications of the rulesTrial transcripts and real world problems help studentsapply the rules
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Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 12/5/2012
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Summary of Contents|
|Why and How We Have Rules of Evidence|
|How to Read a Criminal Case|
|Alternatives to Formal Proof: Judicial Notice, Presumptions, Inferences and Stipulations|
|Relevance: Probative Value and Materiality|
|Excluding Factually Relevant Evidence|
|Constitutional Exclusion of Evidence|
|Witnesses and Competency|
|Examination of Witnesses: Direct, Cross, Impeachment, Rehabilitation|
|Opinions, Experts and Scientific Evidence|
|Authentication, Identification and Exhibits, Best Evidence Rule|