New York Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Randolph N. Jonakait,Harold J. Baer Jr.,E. Stewart Jones Jr.,Edward J. Imwinkelried

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 1579111971

Category: Law

Page: 442

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Learn how to address and overcome evidentiary problems in New York courtrooms. New York Evidentiary Foundations brings New York evidence law to life, showing you how to frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence. Included are specific lines of questioning which demonstrate courtroom-proven trial techniques applying New York evidence law.

Criminal Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Edward J. Imwinkelried,Daniel D. Blinka

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 0327173866

Category: Law

Page: 750

View: 8708

This is the reference your clients would ask you to purchase. Criminal Evidentiary Foundations tells you with precision how to lay foundations for your most critical evidence to be admitted in a criminal trial. Expert authors Edward J. Imwinkelried and Daniel D. Blinka quide you through converting abstract evidentiary doctrine into concrete lines of questioning, with phrasing of questions on direct and cross-examination explained in detail and hundreds of sample foundational questions adapted to specific criminal cases. In this convenient single volume with a current supplement, you'll find your questions answered on witness competency, authentication, relevance, credibility, privileges, opinions, hearsay, suppression, the Best Evidence Rule, and more. Whether you are preparing for your first case or you are a seasoned veteran, this treatise will become your most indespensible tool after the Federal Rules of Evidence in your next trial.

California Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Edward J. Imwinkelried,Thomas J. Leach

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 1522141987

Category: Law

Page: N.A

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California Evidentiary Foundations is the ideal one-volume guide for overcoming common, and not-so-common, evidentiary problems in the courtroom. This accessible, popular manual shows you how to frame predicate questions to gain admission or exclusion of specific types of evidence and includes a list of the foundational elements and examples of specific lines of questioning for establishing these elements. Each foundation is accompanied by a clear explanation of the supporting principles of California evidence law. Packed with proven trial techniques, California Evidentiary Foundations will help you prepare for every evidentiary challenge you may face at trial. California Evidentiary Foundations takes the abstract principles of evidence and organizes them into concise statements, and illustrates their uses with sample transcripts of the elements being applied in the courtroom. The publication helps attorneys focus their case around a theme and understand the theories behind proving up evidence in both civil and criminal cases. This concise manual includes complete references to the California Evidence Code, Rules of Court, key cases, legislative history, and citations to secondary authorities such as Jefferson, Witkin, and CEB texts.

Colorado Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Roxanne Bailin,James M. England,Patrick H. Furman,Edward J. Imwinkelried

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 0327182008

Category: Law

Page: 556

View: 5956

Learn to address and overcome evidentiary problems in Colorado courtrooms. Colorado Evidentiary Foundations brings Colorado evidence to life, showing you how to frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence. Specific lines of questioning are included, demonstrating courtroom-proven trial techniques applying Colorado evidence law. Written by renowned authorities in evidence law, Colorado Evidentiary Foundations is a collaborative project of evidence experts, well-known in Colorado and around the country: • Hon. Roxanne Bailin is Chief District Justice of the 20th Judicial District, Colorado • James M. England is a retired civil and commercial litigator • H. Patrick Furman is Clinical Professor of Law at University of Colorado Boulder • Edward J. Imwinkelried is Professor and Director of the Trial Advocacy Program at the University of California, Davis. He is the author of Evidentiary Foundations, Fifth Edition and many other books on evidence law.

Evidentiary foundations

Author: Edward J. Imwinkelried

Publisher: Lexis Nexis Matthew Bender

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 487

View: 866

Covering all major evidentiary doctrines, this work provides a blueprint for introduction of evidence at trial. It allows the student mentally to convert a sentence in the Federal Rules of Evidence into a line of questioning to be used at trial. An excellent companion to a course casebook in Evidence or Trial Practice, it enables the student to picture the manner in which the rules of evidence operate. The author dissects major evidence doctrines into lists of foundational elements. With this framework, lists of questions form which lay a foundation. This sample foundation, in turn, allows fuller understanding of the evidence rule to which it refers.

Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Liz Heffernan,Edward J. Imwinkelried,Ray Ryan,Paul McDermott

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781845927875

Category: Law

Page: 244

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Based on Professor Edward Imwinkelried's authoritative American text, but amended for the Irish market by Dr Liz Heffernan and Ray Ryan, Evidentiary Foundations is a unique text which analyses the law of evidence as it is applied in the courts. Evidentiary Foundations provides brief, succinct explanations of the fundamental rules of evidence and practical guidance as to their application in court. It outlines a step-by-step approach to laying the necessary foundations for the introduction of items of evidence, Through the use of hypothetical factual scenarios, this book converts substantive rules of evidence into concrete lines of questioning.

Criminal Evidentiary Foundations, Third Edition

Author: Edward J. Imwinkelried,Daniel D. Blinka

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 1522101187

Category: Law

Page: N.A

View: 8498

This is the reference your clients would ask you to purchase. Criminal Evidentiary Foundations tells you with precision how to lay foundations for your most critical evidence to be admitted in a criminal trial. Expert authors Edward J. Imwinkelried and Daniel D. Blinka quide you through converting abstract evidentiary doctrine into concrete lines of questioning, with phrasing of questions on direct and cross-examination explained in detail and hundreds of sample foundational questions adapted to specific criminal cases. In this convenient single volume with a current supplement, you'll find your questions answered on witness competency, authentication, relevance, credibility, privileges, opinions, hearsay, suppression, the Best Evidence Rule, and more. Whether you are preparing for your first case or you are a seasoned veteran, this treatise will become your most indespensible tool after the Federal Rules of Evidence in your next trial.

North Carolina Evidentiary Foundations

Author: Robert P. Mosteller,Donald H. Beskind,The Honorable R. Allen Baddour, Jr.,Edward J. Imwinkelried

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 1632813017

Category: Law

Page: N.A

View: 4540

Learn how to address and overcome evidentiary problems in North Carolina courtrooms. North Carolina Evidentiary Foundations brings North Carolina evidence law to life, showing you how to frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence. The book includes specific lines of questioning, demonstrating courtroom-proven trial techniques that apply North Carolina evidence law. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Missouri Evidentiary Foundations - 3rd Edition

Author: John C. O’Brien,Thomas Lee Stewart,Edward J. Imwinkelried

Publisher: Juris Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1578233712

Category: Law

Page: 716

View: 9054

Missouri Evidentiary Foundations shows you how to address and overcome evidentiary problems in Missouri courtrooms. Using specific lines of questioning and courtroom-proven techniques that apply Missouri evidentiary law, you’ll learn how to: - Frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence - Control the evidence in civil and criminal cases - Make sure your questions are easily understood - "Walk & Talk" an exhibit into evidence - Use motions in limine, motions to strike, and other motions and objections Completely revised and updated, this edition has new sections including techniques for laying multiple foundations, limiting instructions, handling, marking and introducing exhibits, and the authentication and identification of computer animation and simulation evidence.

Military Evidentiary Foundations, Sixth Edition

Author: David A. Schleuter,Edward J. Imwinkelried,Lee D. Schinasi,Stephen A. Saltzburg

Publisher: LexisNexis

ISBN: 1522123806

Category: Law

Page: N.A

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Learn how to address and overcome evidentiary problems in military courts-martial proceedings. Military Evidentiary Foundations brings military evidence law to life, showing you how to frame foundational questions to gain admission or exclusion of evidence. The book includes specific lines of questioning, demonstrating courtroom-proven trial techniques applying military evidence law. Trust this expert treatise from the same authors that wrote the LexisNexis Military Rules of Evidence Manual.

Fact-Finding without Facts

The Uncertain Evidentiary Foundations of International Criminal Convictions

Author: Nancy A. Combs

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139489712

Category: Law

Page: N.A

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Fact-Finding Without Facts explores international criminal fact-finding - empirically, conceptually, and normatively. After reviewing thousands of pages of transcripts from various international criminal tribunals, the author reveals that international criminal trials are beset by numerous and severe fact-finding impediments that substantially impair the tribunals' ability to determine who did what to whom. These fact-finding impediments have heretofore received virtually no publicity, let alone scholarly treatment, and they are deeply troubling not only because they raise grave concerns about the accuracy of the judgments currently being issued but because they can be expected to similarly impair the next generation of international trials that will be held at the International Criminal Court. After setting forth her empirical findings, the author considers their conceptual and normative implications. The author concludes that international criminal tribunals purport a fact-finding competence that they do not possess and, as a consequence, base their judgments on a less precise, more amorphous method of fact-finding than they publicly acknowledge.