Summary: This law school casebook contains questions and hypotheticals on the complex law of evidence. It includes an essay to familiarize students with common courtroom objections, and reviews the Supreme Court's latest Confrontation Clause case, Lilly v. Virginia, (1999). The work contains an expanded section on scientific evidence, polygraph cases, expert testimony, and field sobriety tests. Other materials include discussion of prior convictions under Rules 413, 414, and ...show more415, business duty rule, judicial findings as public records, impeachment of a hearsay declarant with specific acts evidence, and the application of Rule 703 to hearsay evidence of street value of drugs.
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