Evidence Under the Rules

Author: Christopher B. Mueller
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 145485894X
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The eighth edition of Evidence Under the Rules: Text, Cases, and Problems, one of the most widely-adopted Evidence coursebooks ever published, has been thoroughly revised and redesigned to be even more teachable and student friendly. A new two-color design enhances the reading experience, and new text boxes (many with photographs) provide interesting background on select cases and additional perspectives on key issues. Many elements, however, remain the same, including: the book’s structuring around the Federal Rules of Evidence; carefully edited cases and secondary materials; and the inclusion of numerous problems that allow students to apply new concepts.

Evidence Practice Problems and Rules

Author: Arthur Best
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 9781454839286
Format: PDF, Kindle
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From the author of the popular Examples & Explanations: Evidence, this accessible casebook explains concepts clearly and succinctly, providing a solid foundation in evidence law. Written with intuitive clarity and precision, this text makes evidence law interesting and knowable. This book is among the first of Aspen's new suite of casebooks that embodies a contemporary philosophy of legal education, giving students more practical knowledge that will prepare them for bar passage and law practice.

Evidence

Author: David A. Sklansky
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454874694
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A highly flexible casebook focusing on core concepts and central controversies in evidence law. With well-selected and tightly edited cases, this casebook offers thoroughly up-to-date coverage of technical and jurisprudential developments in scientific proof. Specifically, the fourth edition contains a dozen new cases while also dropping older material made redundant by the additions. The author has replaced the Supreme Court s confrontation decisions in Davis v. Washington and Michigan v. Bryant with the Court s 2015 decision in Clark v. Ohio. The Court s 2012 decision in Williams v. Illinois, regarding confrontation and expert witnesses, has replaced State v. Lewis. And Warger v. Shauers, the Court s 2014 decision applying Federal Rule of Evidence 606(b), has pushed aside Tanner v. United States and People v. Fleiss.

Cases and Materials on the Rules of Evidence

Author: Olin Guy Wellborn
Publisher: That's An Awesome Deal.com
ISBN: 031417205X
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This highly efficient casebook offers materials that are thorough and yet brief enough that the subject can be covered in a three- or four- credit course. Each chapter covers an article of the Federal Rules of Evidence. Within the chapters and sections, the materials follow the sequence of the Rules. The Fourth Edition is an update of this popular, concise casebook. It includes the important 2006 decision of the Supreme Court in Davis v. Washington, plus all important recent decisions. These materials are meant to be self-sufficient when accompanied by a current copy of the Rules, and, where appropriate, the rules of a state.

Evidence

Author: David P. Leonard
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 145487886X
Format: PDF
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Evidence: A Structured Approach offers a unique, structured approach facilitates learning and motivates students to prepare for class. One Federal Rule of Evidence introduces each section, followed by text explaining the background, rationale, and details of the rule. The text includes numerous diagrams as visual aids to learning and short transcripts that illustrate how the rules are applied in the courtroom. The authors emphasize the rules over cases, but include edited versions of some judicial opinions, including the seminal cases that every lawyer should know. The heart of the “structured approach” is the Questions for Classroom Discussion, which follow the narrative explanation for each rule. These questions consist of simple hypothetical cases allowing for a step-by-step analysis of each rule. Because students know what will be the focus of class discussion, they quickly learn that preparation pays off. The book’s website allows students to download the questions directly into their notes before class, freeing students to spend more time listening and thinking while in class.

Aspen Treatise for Evidence

Author: Christopher B. Mueller
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1543800009
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Evidence is the most complete reference on evidence law available, written at a level that makes it an accessible, indispensible resource for students. The text emphasizes contemporary judicial interpretations of the Federal Rules of Evidence, making the law relevant to students. Organization around the Federal Rules of Evidence makes the text particularly understandable, with common-law coverage given where an issue is not codified. Throughout the text, Evidence features straightforward explication of the rules, analysis of leading case law, and thorough coverage of both the Federal Rules and state evidence codes. Pedagogical features include helpful marginal headings, mini-summaries of contents at the beginning of each chapter, generous footnotes, and useful case citations. The authors strong reputations as casebook authors and authors of Aspen's practitioner Evidence treatise continue to attract users to this book.

An Analytical Approach To Evidence

Author: Ronald Jay Allen
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454876085
Format: PDF, Docs
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An Analytical Approach to Evidence: Text, Problems, and Cases, Sixth Edition is a problem-based Evidence casebook that presents the Federal Rules of Evidence in context, illuminates the rulesand’ underlying theories and perspectives, and provides a fully updated and systematic account of the law. The material is presented primarily through straightforward explanatory text. Lively discussion and interesting problems (rather than numerous appellate case excerpts) engage students in understanding the principles, policies, and debates that surround evidence law. Hallmark features of An Analytical Approach to Evidence: Text, Problems, and Cases: An opening transcript from an actual criminal law case illustrates how evidence is admitted and excluded in practiceand—Chapter Two on the trial process can be taught with the transcript or separately A wide range of real-world problems exposes students to the depth and complexity of the Rules of Evidence Every chapter addresses basic rules interpretation, essential policy, and connects theory to practice Teacherand’s Manual includes sample syllabi for both 4- and 3-credit courses, transition guide for each chapter, teaching guidance, and answers to all the problems in the book Thoroughly updated, the Sixth Edition presents: New co-author Alex Stein (Cardozo), who has published widely in areas of evidence, economic analysis of law, and general legal theory, and brings a wealth of expertise to the sixth edition Discussion of fundamental moral questions Discussion of allocation of authority between judges and juries Rulesand’ effects on both primary (non-litigation) and litigation behavior Additional pedagogical elements, format redesign, and simplifying notes/questions to increase appeal to students (without sacrificing intellectual sophistication) New assessment problems with answers allow students to test themselves and prepare for exams

Evidence

Author: Christopher B. Mueller
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 9780735520028
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This best-selling outline - one of the most detailed on the market - leads you step-by-step through Evidence and is used alongside required course books to prepare for class and exams. The text offers: a casebook correlation chart policy, politics, and analysis incorporated in the text to help you apply and critique the rules - a feature not found in typical outlines compact and concise explanations of the law of Evidene chapter overviews that highlight key concepts examples and hypotheticals throughout the text that illustrate key points chapter review questions that reinforce understanding of the material covered exam tips that help you prepare for tests sample exam questions accompanied by model answers a summary outline of the entire book New to the Second Edition: new legislation on child witnesses' rights including alternatives to live in- court testimony important amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence since 1997 - such as a new hearsay exception in FRE 804(b)(6); and FRE 407 which is now applicable to product liability cases

Trial Evidence

Author: Thomas A. Mauet
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454874678
Format: PDF, ePub
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Well-known and experienced authors, highly respected in the clinical field, Thomas A. Mauet and Warren D. Wolfson provide a complete review of the effective use of evidence in a trial setting. Trial Evidence, Sixth Edition is structured around the way judges and trial lawyers think about evidentiary rules, with particular focus on the Federal Rules of Evidence. Numerous examples show how evidentiary issues actually arise, both before and during trial. A logical organization follows the sequence of a trial: opening statement, direct examination, cross examination, and closing arguments. Law and Practice sections throughout the book are based on actual federal and state cases and bring real life to the law of evidence. The accessible style of Trial Evidence always focuses on practice over theory.

The Law of American Health Care

Author: Nicole Huberfeld
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1543802931
Format: PDF, Docs
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The Law of American Health Care is the casebook for the new generation of health lawyers. It is a student-friendly casebook emphasizing lightly, carefully edited primary source excerpts, plain-language expository text, as well as focused questions for comprehension and problems for application of the concepts taught. The book engages topics in depth so students emerge with an understanding of the most important features of American health care law and hands-on experience working through cutting edge issues. Key Features: Focused on the needs of students who want to practice health care law in a post-ACA world. First health care law casebook to consider federal law as the baseline (as opposed to state law or common law). Intro chapter provides a set of organizing principles, illustrated with in-depth case studies, which are revisited and woven throughout the remaining chapters. “Pop-up” text boxes throughout with notes that highlight key lessons, or help to explain or enhance the material. Directed Questions and hypothetical Problems are provided as well as Capstone Problems at the end of each chapter. Approximately 800 pages, which is significantly more manageable than competitors. Focused directly on topics regularly encountered in the day-to-day practice of health law