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Federal Rules Of Evidence

Summary Trial Guide


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The 2017 Federal Rules of Evidence Summary Trial Guide accurately and concisely summarizes the current Federal Rules of Evidence, including all amendments, for use by trial lawyers. Each rule is listed by number and reduced to essential meaning for instant use in the courtroom and in pretrial preparation. The back cover contains 28 of the most useful and frequently used evidentiary objections with a brief explanation and a Federal Rule number to cite as authority. This is one of the “must have” Trial Guides for attorneys who practice in Federal courts. Eight pages printed on heavy-duty specialty paper, 3-hole punched for your trial notebook, and in two colors for ease of use. It is a quick and effective aid for studying the Federal Rules of Evidence and honing your skill for making timely objections at trial.


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