Federal Rules of Evidence Manual

ebook Volume 3 · Federal Rules of Evidence Manual (10)

By Stephen A. Saltzburg

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Cited widely by courts and consulted regularly by thousands of attorneys across the nation, the Federal Rules of Evidence Manual is the most concise and authoritative reference interpreting the Federal Rules.

Used often as a coursebook for state and national Continuing Legal Education programs in evidence, the Federal Rules of Evidence Manual provides the following for each Rule: the complete, current text; a current explanation by experts on federal evidence rules; comprehensive descriptions of salient cases; and the relevant legislative history. Supplements issued twice each year ensure that the Manual remains up to date.

The Tenth Edition of this essential resource offers the most current and comprehensive treatment detailing the effects on the hearsay rules of Crawford v. Washington, in which the Supreme Court completely changed its approach to the Confrontation Clause. The new edition also incorporates all rule amendments since the last edition was published, including pending 2006 amendments, with analysis by the authors. Editorial Explanatory Comments and annotations explore the latest developments in the law of expert opinions under Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals and Kumho Tire Co. v. Carmichael.

The Manual also includes reprints of the following articles: Case Law Divergence from the Federal Rules of Evidence, by Daniel J. Capra; and Internet and Email Evidence, by Gregory P. Joseph.

6 volumes.

Federal Rules of Evidence Manual