Whether in moot court or trial, A Practical Guide to Federal Evidence will guide you to mastery of making and responding to evidentiary objections. Objections and their responses are grouped by subject category of the objection for easy location. The extensive practice commentaries given for each objection will help you understand the application of the Federal Rules of Evidence in practice and enable you to deal with the common issues that arise. The Federal Rules of Evidence and a quick reference guide to objections are included. The handy quick reference guide includes only the minimum language required to make or respond to objections for quick use in moot or trial court and provides reference to the more detailed explanations in the text.
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Anthony J. Bocchino served as a full time faculty member at voth the University of Connecticut School of Law ans the Duke University Law School before joining the Temple University Beasley School of Law in 1979. Professor Bocchino is the author of over fifty books and artilces, and has been a faculty member for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) since 1974. David A. Sonenshien is a professor of law at Tample University Beasley School of Law and a nationally recognized lecturer on the law of evidence in the courtroom. As a consultant to the Federal Judicial Center, he leads seminars for all new federal district court judges on the law of evidence. He has served as an instructor on evidence and trial advocacy for NITA, AILTO (of which he is Director), ALI-ABA, and the National Practice InstituteReview:
"This one-volume, soft-cover book is a handy and practical guide for trial lawyers and law students alike. Designed to be carried to the courtroom or classroom, it has everything advocates need to handle evidence problems. The revised fourth edition reflects the December 1, 1998, changes to the Federal Rules of Evidence and is organized for quick reference and response during trial... [This book] should satisfy any litigator looking for an inexpensive, portable resource that allows quick access to the appropriate way to offer and oppose evidence during both the pretrial stage and at trial. No litigator should do without it." -- The Colorado Lawyer
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Book Description Natl Inst for Trial Advocacy, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111556818378
Book Description Natl Inst for Trial Advocacy. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1556818378 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0641723