Mccormick on Evidence (Hornbooks)
This single-volume treatise is largely free of citations to authority, but retains the most notable footnotes. Topics covered include preparing and presenting evidence, cross-examination, and the procedure for admitting and excluding evidence. Discusses privilege against self-incrimination, privilege concerning improperly obtained evidence, scientific evidence, and demonstrative evidence. Reviews authentication, the hearsay rule, burdens of proof, and presumptions. Text also identifies current issues.
Specifications of Mccormick on Evidence (Hornbooks)
|Author||Kenneth Broun, George Dix, Edward Imwinkelried, David Kaye|
|Number Of Pages||633|
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