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Trial Attorney's Evidence Code Notebook 2024 ed softcover

Trial Attorney's Evidence Code Notebook 2024 ed softcover

Published February 2024

During trial preparation and in the courtroom, use this annotated Evidence Code to quickly determine whether you can present particular evidence or object to the admission of evidence by reviewing the Evidence Code section and cases in which it has been applied.

  • Extensive annotations, cross references, and illustrative cases
  • Latest amendments to the Evidence Code
  • Recent cases interpreting various Evidence Code sections, including those on:
    • expert witness qualifications
    • privilege
    • character evidence
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Table of Contents

    Table of Contents

  • 1. Preliminary Provisions and Construction
  • 2. Words and Phrases Defined
  • 3. General Provisions
  • 3.1. Applicability of Code
  • 3.2. Province of Court and Jury
  • 3.3. Order of Proof
  • 3.4. Admitting and Excluding Evidence
  • 3.5. Weight of Evidence Generally
  • 4. Judicial Notice
  • 5. Burden of Proof; Burden of Producing Evidence; Presumptions amd Inferences
  • 5.1. Burden of Proof
  • 5.2. Burden of Producing Evidence
  • 5.3. Presumptions and Inferences
  • 6. Witnesses
  • 6.1. Competency
  • 6.2. Oath and Confrontation
  • 6.3. Expert Witnesses
  • 6.4. Interpreters and Translators
  • 6.5. Method and Scope of Examination
  • 6.6. Credibility of Witnesses
  • 6.7. Hypnosis of Witnesses
  • 7. Opinion Testimony and Scientific Evidence
  • 7.1. Expert and Other Opinion Testimony
  • 8. Privileges
  • 8.1. Definitions
  • 8.2. Applicability of Division
  • 8.3. General Provisions Relating to Privileges
  • 8.4. Particular Privileges
  • 8.5. Immunity of Newsman From Citation for Contempt
  • 9. Evidence Affected or Excluded by Extrinsic Policies
  • 9.1. Evidence of Character, Habit, or Custom
  • 9.2. Mediation
  • 9.3. Other Evidence Affected or Excluded by Extrinsic Policies
  • 10. Hearsay Evidence
  • 10.1. General Provisions
  • 10.2. Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule
  • 11. Writings
  • 11.1. Authentication and Proof of Writings
  • 11.2. Secondary Evidence of Writings
  • 11.3. Official Writings Affecting Property

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