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The New Wigmore: A Treatise on Evidence : Expert Evidence

by D. H. Kaye

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0735545553, Hardcover)

Of immense value in civil and criminal litigation, this new publication is packed with authoritative answers to your most pressing admissibility questions. This volume provides:

* The only extensive treatment that shows you how to invoke the exceptions to the exclusionary rules in both federal and state courts
* The most up-to-date analysis of the issues raised by these crucial and complex rules, with hundreds of cases and the latest state codifications as well as thorough investigation of the roots of the rules, so you can underpin your argument with powerful support
* Expert guidance on framing limiting instructions to protect a party from jury misuse of evidence
* Extensive breakdown into levels of subsections, so you can find the specific material you need quickly and easily

Selected Rules of Limited Admissibility is the first volume to appear in "The New Wigmore" - so called to emphasize the matchless scope and depth that will make the ultimate new set a genuine modern counterpart to the classic treatise. Each volume stands alone as a complete treatment of its subject matter.

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