Handbook of Pennsylvania Evidence
Aspen Publishers Online, 2001 - 720 sidor
In addition To The analysis of statutes and common law, The book contains the text of the Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence. Handbook of Pennsylvania Evidence distills the vast body of evidentiary guidelines into a concise statement of the law in a form readily accessible to judges, lawyers and other professionals who must be aware of and adhere to these complex evidence rules. Organized for easy access, this convenient volume provides answers to evidentiary questions in a handy, easy-to-research format. it identifies the sources For The new rules, compares the Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence To The Federal Rules, and explains the differences and similarities.
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A Examples of Facts of Common Notoriety
C Judicial Notice of Law
CHAPTER4 RELEVANCY and ITS LIMITS
H Ancient Documents and Family History
B Pa R E 803 12Prior Witness
C Statements Against Interest
E Presumptions Authorized by Statute
CONTENTS of WRITINGS
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