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Evidence Problems and Materials

Evidence Problems and Materials - 94 edition

ISBN13: 978-1558341302

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ISBN13: 978-1558341302
ISBN10: 1558341307
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Publisher: Michie Co.
Published: 1994
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Evidence Problems and Materials - 94 edition

ISBN13: 978-1558341302

Steven I. Friedland

ISBN13: 978-1558341302
ISBN10: 1558341307
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 94
Publisher: Michie Co.

Published: 1994
International: No
Summary

The rules of evidence can be effectively and directly under-stood through applied learning methods such as problem-solving. More than just a supplemental source of problems, this book can be used in conjunction with the federal or state rules of evidence and their associated legislative history as an all purpose guide to the rules of evidence.

Each section commences with a brief explanation of a particular area of evidence law. Next are a wide variety of problems to test understanding of the evidentiary rules and their intended meaning. Methods of presentation of the problems include :

  • Courtroom transcript form
  • Lawyering skills settings such as qualifying an expert, distinguishing and comparing statutes
  • Examination of identifying characteristics that may significantly affect evidentiary rulings such as race, gender, sexual preference and ethnicity.
  • The primary context in which the problem-solving of this book occurs is the courtroom, offering the advantage of facilitating role playing simulations and active student participation. Role playing allows students to consider different perspectives and focus on how to persuade others to adopt those perspectives. This work can facilitate understanding of the evidence rules, their constitutive framework and offer a broader perspective of how the rules relate to lawyering, legal theory and human nature.

Author Bio

Friedland, Steven I. : Nova Southeastern University

Steven I. Friedland, Professor of Law, Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Evidence
Chapter 2: The Functions of Judge, Jury, and Attorneys at Trial
Chapter 3: Relevance
Chapter 4: Relevant but Inadmissible Evidence; the Exclusion of Unfairly Prejudicial and Other Evidence
Chapter 5: Character and Habit Evidence
Chapter 6: Other Exclusions of Relevant Evidence
Chapter 7: The Examination and Impeachment of Witnesses
Chapter 8: The Competency of Witnesses
Chapter 9: Opinions and Expert Testimony
Chapter 10: Hearsay
Chapter 11: The Confrontation Clause
Chapter 12: Privileges
Chapter 13: Authentication, Identification, and the Best Evidence Rule
Chapter 14: Proof Issues: The Allocation of Proof, Judicial Notice, and Presumptions
Chapter 15: Review Problems

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