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The Victims' Bill of Rights - thirty years under Proposition 8. Mendez, Miguel A. Mar 22, 2014 16370
The Victims' Bill of Rights - thirty years under Proposition 8. Mendez, Miguel A. Mar 22, 2014 9912
Forgetting youth: the use of prior youth records to impugn credibility. Langille, Nicola J. Jan 1, 2014 12413
Weighing the admissibility of fMRI technology under FRE 403: for the law, fMRI changes everything - and nothing. Amirian, Justin Dec 1, 2013 5395
Weighing the admissibility of fMRI technology under FRE 403: for the law, fMRI changes everything--and nothing. Amirian, Justin Dec 1, 2013 19626
Is expert evidence really different? Schauer, Frederick; Spellman, Barbara A. Nov 1, 2013 14617
The misbegotten judicial resistance to the Daubert revolution. Bernstein, David E. Nov 1, 2013 24185
The hidden structure of fact-finding. Spottswood, Mark Sep 22, 2013 9899
The hidden structure of fact-finding. Spottswood, Mark Sep 22, 2013 20295
Forensic mapping in South Africa: four examples. Schmitz, Peter; Eloff, Corne; Talmakkies, Reynold; Linnen, Chris; Lourens, Rudi Report Jun 1, 2013 4095
Reconsidering the standards of admission for prior bad acts evidence in light of research on false memories and witness preparation. Tortora, Jason May 1, 2013 18690
Evidentiary instructions and the jury as other. Sklansky, David Alan Mar 1, 2013 25634
Death of paradox: the killer logic beneath the standards of proof. Clermont, Kevin M. Feb 1, 2013 13047
Death of paradox: the killer logic beneath the standards of proof. Clermont, Kevin M. Feb 1, 2013 22335
Say what? Confusion in the courts over what is the proper standard of review for hearsay rulings. Bruno, Todd J. Feb 1, 2013 6702
Say what? Confusion in the courts over what is the proper standard of review for hearsay rulings. Bruno, Todd J. Feb 1, 2013 19345
"Dearest property": digital evidence and the history of private "papers" as special objects of search and seizure. Dripps, Donald A. Jan 1, 2013 21474
"Dearest property": digital evidence and the history of private "papers" as special objects of search and seizure. Dripps, Donald A. Jan 1, 2013 6805
Evidence obtained by foreign police: admissibility and the role of foreign law. Ramer, Jacob A. Dec 22, 2012 15188
Profiles, syndromes, and the Rule 405 problem: addressing a form of disguised character under the Federal Rules of Evidence. Claus, Michael D. Dec 1, 2012 14252
In defense of Rayburn House: why the Supreme Court should recognize an evidentiary privilege of nondisclosure in its speech or debate clause jurisprudence. Kieser, Christopher M. Dec 1, 2012 11467
Asymmetries and incentives in plea bargaining and evidence production. Levmore, Saul; Porat, Ariel Dec 1, 2012 15583
Overruling Crawford v. Washington: why and how. Crump, David Nov 1, 2012 17728
The importance of evidence collection guidelines in developing a prosecutable case. Brief article Nov 1, 2012 238
Aggregation and law. Porat, Ariel; Posner, Eric A. Oct 1, 2012 9438
Aggregation and law. Porat, Ariel; Posner, Eric A. Oct 1, 2012 21215
The minotaur defense: the myth of the pathological intoxication defense. Feulner, Tim Sep 22, 2012 17388
The right to remain encrypted: the self-incrimination doctrine in the digital age. Soares, Nicholas Sep 22, 2012 9053
Medical center's FICA refund claim dismissed as untimely. Jul 1, 2012 402
When deference is dangerous: the judicial role in material-witness detentions. Gouldin, Lauryn P. Jun 22, 2012 6879
When deference is dangerous: the judicial role in material-witness detentions. Gouldin, Lauryn P. Jun 22, 2012 24256
Not everything is as easy as a French press: the dangerous reasoning of the Seventh Circuit on proof of foreign law and a possible solution. Hall, Frederick Gaston Jun 22, 2012 13114
Lore of the corps: The Military Rules of Evidence: a short history of their origin and adoption at courts-martial. Borch, Fred L. Jun 1, 2012 2723
A primer on the use of military character evidence. Wilkie, Walter A. Jun 1, 2012 7842
Recognizing character: a new perspective on character evidence. Anderson, Barrett J. May 1, 2012 26359
A view from the bench: real and demonstrative evidence. Hawks, Kwasi L. Apr 1, 2012 5829
Judicial gatekeeping of police-generated witness testimony. Thompson, Sandra Guerra Mar 22, 2012 7892
Judicial gatekeeping of police-generated witness testimony. Thompson, Sandra Guerra Mar 22, 2012 24574
Incriminating thoughts. Farahany, Nita A. Feb 1, 2012 27098
Phone frisking: warrantless searches. Sullum, Jacob Brief article Jan 31, 2012 204
Maintaining the clear and convincing evidence standard for patent invalidity challenges in Microsoft Corp. v. i4i Limited Partnership, 131 S. Ct. 2238 (2011). Oberman, Irina Jan 1, 2012 6426
Outside the police station: dealing with the potential for self- incrimination in juvenile court. Rosado, Lourdes M. Jan 1, 2012 14643
Good faith, bad faith, but not losing faith: a commentary on the 2010 IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration. Martinez-Fraga, Pedro J. Jan 1, 2012 19460
The ring of truth, the clang of lies: assessing credibility in the courtroom. Smith, Lynn (Canadian judge) Jan 1, 2012 11004
Lyin' eyes: it turns out eyewitness IDs are often unreliable. When the Supreme Court considers the issue next month, it could give judges more authority to challenge them. Liptak, Adam Cover story Oct 24, 2011 1748
Giving evidence: a gruelling process. Fisher, Maggie Editorial Oct 1, 2011 362
Sex trafficking and the sex industry: the need for evidence-based theory and legislation. Weitzer, Ronald Sep 22, 2011 15603
Mastering the evidence: improving fact finding by international courts. Payne, Cymie Sep 22, 2011 15676
Rehabilitative potential evidence: theory and practice. O'Brien, Edward J. Aug 1, 2011 11483
An overview of the capital jury project for military justice practitioners: aggravation, mitigation, and admission defenses. Carpenter, Eric R. Jul 1, 2011 9893
Deal or no deal: why courts should allow defendants to present evidence that they rejected favorable plea bargains. Miller, Colin Jun 22, 2011 19585
Guns, fruits, drugs, and documents: a criminal defense lawyer's responsibility for real evidence. Gillers, Stephen Apr 1, 2011 27753
The devastating impact of prior crimes evidence and other myths of the criminal justice process. Laudan, Larry; Allen, Ronald J. Mar 22, 2011 16517
Blackstone and the balance of eyewitness identification evidence. Clark, Steven E. Mar 22, 2011 21606
The corroboration quandary: a historical overview of the interpretation of MRE 304(g). Moore, J. Wesley Mar 22, 2011 18135
The Brady bunch: an examination of disclosure obligations in the civilian federal and military justice systems. Hernandez, Elizabeth Cameron; Ferguson, Jason M. Mar 22, 2011 25746
Rethinking jurisdictional discovery under the Hague Evidence Convention. Gilchrist, Kathleen Braun Jan 1, 2011 13623
A practitioner's continued uncertainty: disclosure from nonparties. Ferstendig, David L. Jan 1, 2011 5412
Closing the loophole: Shea's Law and DWI blood draws in New York State under Vehicle and Traffic Law (section) 1194(4)(a)(1). Gross, Daniel Jan 1, 2011 14746
Title: section 24(2): does the truth cost too much? Pearn, Matthew Jan 1, 2011 12120
Putting the "hearing" in public hearings: a lawyer's testimony in the Supreme Court committee hearing on the new evidence rules produces results. Dec 1, 2010 793
All hail the Illinois Rules of Evidence. Gunnarsson, Helen Dec 1, 2010 3011
Non-identical twins: the Illinois and Federal Rules of evidence: though the Illinois Rules of Evidence are modeled on the Federal Rules of Evidence, important differences between the two limit the persuasive power of federal precedents in Illinois. Parness, Jeffrey A. Dec 1, 2010 999
After the door is kicked in. Laughter, Seth Dec 1, 2010 1090
At long last, the codified Illinois rules of evidence: effective January 1, Illinois' new evidence code pulls together evidentiary rules heretofore scattered among various cases, statutes and court rules - and makes a few subtle changes. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Nov 1, 2010 818
Forfeiture of the confrontation right in Giles: Justice Scalia's faint-hearted fidelity to the common law. Yee, Ellen Liang Sep 22, 2010 24923
Liberation reconsidered: understanding why judges and juries disagree about guilt. Farrell, Amy; Givelber, Daniel Sep 22, 2010 16155
Evidence. Sep 22, 2010 995
A view from the bench: publishing exhibits to court members. Grammel, Timothy Sep 1, 2010 2881
A view from the bench: a military judge's perspective on objections. Marchessault, Gregg A. Sep 1, 2010 3607
Court says no GPS tracking without warrant. Aug 30, 2010 420
Evidence of re-education of nurse held inadmissible. Aug 1, 2010 909
Family law software: not exempt from the rules of evidence: make sure you understand how support calculators work before relying on their results, and don't forget to lay a foundation for the report if you seek to enter it into evidence. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Aug 1, 2010 747
Confronting science: Melendez-Diaz and the Confrontation Clause of the Sixth Amendment. King, Craig C. Aug 1, 2010 4395
United States v. Blazier: so exactly who needs an invitation to the dance? Coombs, David Edward Jul 1, 2010 6637
CA: infected arm virtually ignored by staff: pt. failed to produce required expert opinion. Tammelleo, A. David Jul 1, 2010 609
Does what happens on Facebook stay on Facebook? Discovery, admissibility, ethics, and social media. Boggs, Beth C.; Edwards, Misty L. Jul 1, 2010 3535
Extraordinary wrongful convictions, ordinary errors - why measurement matters. Bach, Amy Jun 22, 2010 2735
Codifying Illinois's Rules of Evidence: a Supreme Court committee's proposed organizational scheme, fashioned after the Federal Rules of Evidence, would pull together Illinois' widely scattered evidence rules. May 1, 2010 807
Federal and Florida Courts heighten the requirements for class certification. Waller, Edward M., Jr.; Sneed, Julie Simone; Trehan, Ashley Bruce Apr 1, 2010 7067
A nullity or not? The status of a default judgment entered absent compliance with CPLR 3215(f). Higgitt, John R. Mar 22, 2010 13416
Rehabilitating mental disorder evidence after Clark v. Arizona: of burdens, presumptions, and the right to raise reasonable doubt. Klein, Dora W. Mar 22, 2010 23547
The hand-off procedure or the new silver platter: how today's police are serving up potentially tainted evidence without even revealing the search that produced it to defendants or to courts. Block, Micah G. Mar 1, 2010 20667
Amendments to the Florida Evidence code. Mar 1, 2010 515
EEOC complaints: sender's fax confirmation "strong evidence" of receipt: the Seventh Circuit holds that the fax confirmation generated by the sender's machine is strong evidence the EEOC actually received a complaint at a given time and date. Feb 1, 2010 831
An empirical analysis of section 1983 qualified immunity actions and implications of Pearson v. Callahan. Sobolski, Greg; Steinberg, Matt Jan 1, 2010 15994
Consider the severity of the breach. Mitchell, Teresa Brief article Jan 1, 2010 150
Absolute truth or deus ex machina? The legal and philosophical ramifications of guilt-assessment technology. Stronge, Aaron M. Jan 1, 2010 10466
An exclusionary rule for police lies. Wilson, Melanie D. Jan 1, 2010 28677
Flipping Daubert: putting climate change defendants in the hot seat. Hackney, Ryan Jan 1, 2010 22462
Prosecuting alleged terrorists by military commission: a prudent option. Silliman, Scott L. Dec 22, 2009 4138
On race theory and norms. Sundquist, Christian Dec 22, 2009 3413
How safe is your data? Conceptualizing hard drives under the Fourth Amendment. Palumbo, Marc Nov 1, 2009 13274
A long forgotten transcript provided the key that freed an innocent man. Oct 1, 2009 323
U.S. Supreme Court: Confrontation Clause requires lab analysts to testify: prosecutors can't rely on lab reports alone, the Court rules. But ISBA lawyers disagree about how much impact the ruling will have in Illinois. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Oct 1, 2009 906
Although a trial court's failure to rule on a motion in limine may constitute an abuse of discretion, a harmless error will not overturn a ruling. Oct 1, 2009 775
Strategery's refuge. Seeds, Christopher Sep 22, 2009 27151
You're under arrest (and so is your DNA): the government is collecting DNA from people who've been arrested, but are still legally innocent. Does that violate their privacy--and the fourth amendment? Moore, Solomon Sep 7, 2009 813
Supreme Court ruling opens can of worms for criminal prosecutions that rely on lab results. McCarty, Michael N. Sep 1, 2009 506
Proposed code and rules of evidence amendments. Jul 15, 2009 396
Restrictions on lawyers communicating with witnesses during testimony: law, lore, opinions, and the rule. Barber, Tom Jul 1, 2009 5766
Crawford at its limits: hearsay and forfeiture in child abuse cases. Fox, Brian Jun 22, 2009 11035
Animating evidence: computer game technology in the courtroom. Schofield, Damian Jun 1, 2009 8990
Cyberforensics: bridging the law/technology divide. Nieman, Annamart Jun 1, 2009 14786
Cyber crime in South Africa - hacking, cracking, and other unlawful online activities. Snail, Sizwe Jun 1, 2009 5456
Admissibility of electronic evidence in criminal proceedings: an outline of the South African legal position. Watney, Murdoch Jun 1, 2009 5404
Victory for defendants in asbestos case: the Illinois Supreme Court allows defendants in asbestos cases to introduce evidence that someone else's negligence was the sole proximate cause of a plaintiff's injuries. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Jun 1, 2009 852
Making evidence meaningful: a veteran lawyer and trial judge tells litigators how to present evidence in a way that engages and wins over jurors. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Jun 1, 2009 824
Evidence is insufelent to prove negligence if the conclusion its merely possible. Jun 1, 2009 374
"Rape shield" for civil lawsuits: an Illinois House bill would extend the prohibition against admitting evidence of an alleged victim's sexual history to sexual harassment charges. Gunnarsson, Helen W. May 1, 2009 653
A snipe-hunter's guide to coaxing answers from hostile witnesses: some witnesses seem to be as elusive as the mythical snipe. But preparation and skillful questioning can enable you to bag your quarry. Spears, Ron May 1, 2009 1256
"Technicalities": do they exist? Hatch, Deborah R. May 1, 2009 1428
Phylogenetic analysis as evidence in criminal investigations of HIV transmission. Brief article May 1, 2009 229
Forensics Fraud? Experts say this video shows a doctor manufacturing evidence. So why is a man still on death row? Balko, Radley Cover story Apr 1, 2009 4751
Depositions and a case called Savard. Allred, Mark L. Mar 22, 2009 9165
Forfeiture of cross-examination rights in California. Mendez, Miguel A. Mar 22, 2009 26356
Enhancing the enhancements? Section 146 of the Youth Criminal Justice Act and the Supreme Court of Canada: a comment on R. v. L.T.H. Wilson, Larry C. Mar 22, 2009 6444
The accused's bad character: theory and practice. Culberg, David Mar 1, 2009 11378
Discovery and sentencing - 2008 update. Kohn, Maureen A. Mar 1, 2009 9032
Judges must rule before trial on motions in limine: a new ruling lets criminal defense attorneys know before deciding to let their clients testify whether their priors will be admitted at trial. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Mar 1, 2009 891
Evidence resources for Illinois practitioners: there aren't many free evidence-related online resources for Illinois lawyers, but there is helpful information for those who know where to look. Gaylord, Tom Mar 1, 2009 943
Committee studies codification of evidence rules: a new Supreme Court special committee is charged with devising a more convenient organizational scheme for the Illinois rules of evidence. Feb 1, 2009 698
2008 new developments in self-incrimination. Varley, James L. Feb 1, 2009 9966
The reasonable child declarant after Davis v. Washington. Funk, Christopher Cannon Feb 1, 2009 23130
Free to leave? An empirical look at the Fourth Amendment's seizure standard. Kessler, David K. Jan 1, 2009 17304
Down but not out: why Giles leaves forfeiture by wrongdoing still standing. McAllister, Marc Jan 1, 2009 23063
E-tailing office furniture: too many claims at OFC. Douglas, Michael J.; Kyper, Eric S. Case study Jan 1, 2009 1632
Assisted outpatient treatment in Ohio: is Jason's law life-saving legislation or a rash response? Strang, Steven Jan 1, 2009 12732
Objections during voir dire examination of prospective jurors: the legal community has adopted a common set of evidentiary objections used when witnesses testify during trials or hearings. Most law students take a class on evidence. Early in their practice, young litigators review materials that outline the rules of evidence and summarize trial objections. Stahl, Marc B. Jan 1, 2009 4541
Rehab potential 101: a primer on the use of rehabilitative potential evidence in sentencing. Wiedie, Charles E., Jr. Dec 22, 2008 18593
International law - I.C.J. maintains high evidentiary standard in granting requests for indication of provisional measures: Argentina v. Uruguay: request for the indication of provisional measures, January 23, 2007. Roy, Tyson Dec 22, 2008 5496
Clothes moths offer forensic clues by building fuzzy, hair-flecked cases; larvae pick up tresses from corpses to make their homes. Milius, Susan Dec 20, 2008 387
What determines corruption? International evidence from microdata. Mocan, Naci Oct 1, 2008 10137
Recording federal custodial interviews. Sullivan, Thomas P. Sep 22, 2008 23839
Legal understanding and issues with electronic signatures - an empirical study of large businesses. Srivastava, Aashish Sep 22, 2008 12831
Arizona law limiting med-mal experts is found unconstitutional. Sileo, Carmel Sep 1, 2008 673
No discovery deps allowed: a recent case underscores the importance of taking a party's evidence not discovery - deposition if he or she may die before trial. Aug 1, 2008 1050
A quick guide to the Illinois Dead Man's Act: according to the hornbook definition, the Act is an evidentiary rule barring testimony by someone with an interest in litigation about any conversation with or event occurring in the presence of a decedent. But what does that mean? This article offers some answers. Gibbs, William T. Jul 1, 2008 3554
Trial-practice don'ts: don't promise the jury more than you deliver, don't make inflammatory arguments, don't compromise your credibility, and don't forget to preserve your record for appeal. Crimmins, Matthew R. Jul 1, 2008 2728
Shield your client from defense attacks: a judge may tell jurors to disregard damaging evidence, but that just increases the chances that they'll remember it. The key to keeping damaging information out of the courtroom is taking control of it from the start. Nations, Cindy L. Jul 1, 2008 3014
Sifting the issues with stipulations: you don't need to fight over every point at trial - just the important ones. Use stipulations to streamline your case and focus the jury's attention on the issues that really matter. Wilcox, Elliott Jul 1, 2008 2014
Proving the invisible: traumatic brain injury is difficult to detect and to prove, but when you use the right tests and the right experts, you can help the jury understand what injuries your client suffered and how they changed his or her life. Sheff, Douglas K. Jul 1, 2008 1746
Evidence law and the jury: a reassessment. Dufraimont, Lisa Jun 22, 2008 23533
Unchaste and incredible: the use of gendered conceptions of honor in impeachment. Simon-Kerr, Julia Jun 1, 2008 20748
Keep discovery civil: when opposing counsel obstructs or deflects your access to evidence, look to the rules and long-settled case law for relief. Both are on your side. Kosieradzki, Mark; Rahimi, Kara Jun 1, 2008 3497
Need to know: state secrets in court. Doherty, Brian Brief article May 1, 2008 260
Old blood, bad blood, and Youngblood: due process, lost evidence, and the limits of bad faith. Bay, Norman C. May 1, 2008 34990
Proposed 'Plain English' changes to jury instructions for civil cases. Apr 15, 2008 2246
Doctrines without borders: the "new" Israeli exclusionary rule and the dangers of legal transplantation. Blum, Binyamin Apr 1, 2008 21619
Construing patent claims according to their "interpretive community": a call for an attorney-plus-artisan perspective. Golden, John M. Mar 22, 2008 35468
The two-step evidentiary and causation quandary for medium-specific laws targeting sexual and violent content: first proving harm and injury to silence speech, then proving redress and rehabilitation through censorship. Calvert, Clay Mar 1, 2008 13277
Crawford's aftershock: aligning the regulation of nontestimonial hearsay with the history and purposes of the confrontation clause. Smith, Fred O., Jr. Mar 1, 2008 16310
Federal wiretapping evidence admissible though barred by state law: evidence gathered in a joint federal-state investigation is admissible in state court if it complies with federal, though not state, eavesdropping law. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Mar 1, 2008 890
Making preponderance work: almost all jurors expect you to prove your case beyond a reasonable doubt, and you won't change their minds by explaining preponderance. But if you make preponderance a working theme throughout trial, jurors will make preponderance-based decisions about liability and damages. Ball, David Mar 1, 2008 2929
Maryland judge rubs out fingerprint evidence. Sileo, Carmel Feb 1, 2008 1033
"First rate" fact finding: reasonable inferences in criminal trials: a lecture in honour of Ivan Cleveland Rand. Boyle, Christine Jan 1, 2008 7117
The state of our trash in Florida: the use of evidence found in residential garbage to establish probable cause to search a citizen's home. Jenkins, Jim Jan 1, 2008 2892
Vision Point: a course correction on requests to admit: the Illinois Supreme Court's important new opinion reverses numerous appellate decisions and promises to mitigate the harsh consequences that can result from a narrow application of Rules 216 and 183. Storm, Timothy J. Jan 1, 2008 3020
Off the record. Walbolt, Sylvia H.; Lang, Joseph H., Jr. Nov 1, 2007 3994
Fryeing the HGN test: the Illinois Supreme Court rules that a Frye hearing must be held to decide whether the horizontal gaze nystagmus test reliably indicates alcohol impairment. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Nov 1, 2007 1136
Burdens of proof: a butcher's scale or Ockham's razor? Defining burdens of proof can be hard. (What is "clear and convincing"?) But perhaps they're easier to understand than to define. Spears, Ron Nov 1, 2007 1435
IL: Pt. suffered severe symptoms after injection: failure to prove proximate cause fatal to case. Tammelleo, A. David Oct 1, 2007 557
Federal Rules of Evidence 413-415 and the struggle for rulemaking preeminence. Cavallaro, Rosanna Sep 22, 2007 21601
Authentic digital records: laying the foundation for evidence: a foundation for proving that records submitted as evidence are reliable, usable, and have integrity is built with policies and procedures based on standards and best practices--and documentation that shows they have been followed. Mason, Stephen Sep 1, 2007 2915
Spousal exceptions. Mitchell, Teresa Law overview Sep 1, 2007 179
Every juror wants a story: narrative relevance, third party guilt and the right to present a defense. Blume, John H.; Johnson, Sheri L.; Paavola, Emily C. Jun 22, 2007 23774
Uncharged misconduct: the edge is never dull. Coombs, David Edward May 1, 2007 10114
Oppositional depositions - telling your client not to answer: a recent federal case sheds light about when and how lawyers can counsel their clients to refuse to answer questions in a deposition. May 1, 2007 1153
A view from the bench: rehabilitative potential and retention evidence. Nell, Roger E. Apr 1, 2007 1883
A problem of proof: how routine destruction of court records routinely destroys a statutory remedy. Harris, Cody Apr 1, 2007 14742
eDiscovery: a new approach to discovery in federal and state courts: changes in technology have altered the way lawyers deal with preservation, collection, review, and production of evidence. The electronic-discovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, effective December 1, 2006, provide a framework for dealing with this new reality. Carlson, Scott A.; Lipinski, Ronald L. Apr 1, 2007 3925
The governmental attorney-client privilege: whether the right to evidence in a state grand jury investigation pierces the privilege in New York State. Newman, Stacy Lynn Mar 22, 2007 13113
A view from the bench: Military Rule of Evidence (MRE) 412 and sentencing. Hargis, Michael J. Mar 1, 2007 1742
Challenging expert witness testimony in Florida products liability cases under Frye. Cavendish, Rebecca; Atkinson, Nicole Mar 1, 2007 4505
Sexy dressing revisited: does target dress play a part in sexual harassment cases? Beiner, Theresa M. Jan 1, 2007 14260
After Crawford: using the confrontation clause in Massachusetts courts. Lowy, David A.; Dudich, Katherine Bowles Jan 1, 2007 13174
Why the plain view doctrine should not apply to digital evidence. Chang, RayMing Jan 1, 2007 16317
Seeing the light: ignoring collateral economic benefits to the public when enforcing servitudes. Schneider, Michael S. Jan 1, 2007 8864
Hearing thy neighbor: the doctrine of attenuation and illegal eavesdropping by private citizens. Owens, Jason V. Jan 1, 2007 12574
Constitutional law--the "knock and announce" rule becomes obsolete--Hudson v. Michigan, 126 S. Ct. 2159 (2006). Rediker, Rachel Jan 1, 2007 6988
Legal LEGO: model based computer assisted teaching in evidence courses. Schafer, Burkhard; Keppens, Jeroen Report Jan 1, 2007 11022
Document destruction a crime in Victoria. Swartz, Nikki Jan 1, 2007 450
Transcript: analysis of the Dujail trial. Wierda, Marieke; Sissons, Miranda Jan 1, 2007 2621
The pros and cons of commissions of inquiry. Gomery, John H. Dec 22, 2006 7996
A view from the bench aggravation evidence - adding flesh to the bones of a sentencing case. Moran, Edye U. Dec 1, 2006 2046
A new argument for evidentialism. Shah, Nishi Brief article Dec 1, 2006 121
Confusion over confrontation. Bradley, Craig M. Oct 1, 2006 2090
After Crawford double-speak: "testimony" does not mean testimony and "witness" does not mean witness. Ross, Josephine Sep 22, 2006 34282
Flexible standards, deferential review: Daubert's legacy of confusion. Welch, Cassandra H. Jun 22, 2006 8036
The next best thing to the smoking gun: if you think the defendant will try to destroy evidence, clandestine investigation can help you uncover such misconduct. The smoking gun may be out of reach, but perhaps you can still find the smoke. Ferrell, Scott J. Jun 1, 2006 2382
"I really didn't say everything I said": recent developments in self-incrimination law. Fredrikson, Christopher T. Apr 1, 2006 5441
"The future ain't what it used to be": new developments in evidence for the 2005 term of court. Behan, Christopher W. Apr 1, 2006 16786
A lie for a lie: false confessions and the case for reconsidering the legality of deceptive interrogation techniques. Gohara, Miriam S. Mar 1, 2006 23568
A quantitative look at the two-suspect scenario. Netter, Brian Mar 1, 2006 3442
Good intentions are not enough: the argument against a higher standard of proof in capital cases. Zuanich, Brian Jan 1, 2006 10669
Expert handwriting testimony: is the writing really on the wall? Francini, Simone Ling Jan 1, 2006 9795
Prosecuting Raskolnikov: a literary and legal look at "consciousness of guilt" evidence. Stigall, Dan E. Dec 1, 2005 7991
Uses and abuses of empirical evidence in the death penalty debate. Donohue, John J.; Wolfers, Justin Dec 1, 2005 25321
The admissibility of digital photographs in criminal cases. Nagosky, David P. Dec 1, 2005 3950
The burden of proof in nonjudicial punishment: why beyond a reasonable doubt makes sense. Reeves, Shane Nov 1, 2005 8636
The wild and wooly world of inference and presumptions - when silence is deafening. Morman, Daniel Nov 1, 2005 4192
Gathering digital data: understanding the defendant's computer system and sending clear instructions for preservation can help you get the electronic evidence you need. Whaley, John Randall Oct 1, 2005 3762
Can this photo be trusted? Digital photos can be enhanced to help jurors - or manipulated to mislead them. Use your digital images carefully, and know when to challenge your opponent's. Imwinkelried, Edward J. Oct 1, 2005 3270
Evidence destroyed, innocence lost: the preservation of biological evidence under innocence protection statutes. Jones, Cynthia E. Sep 22, 2005 19521
Ceci shapes judicial policy on testimony of children: for more than 25 years, Stephen Ceci has probed the accuracy of testimony given by children. His credibility as a researcher enables him to have a great impact on how judges perceive the information garnered by court interviewers and investigators. Winter, Metta Aug 1, 2005 2491
'Apology' legislation gives wrongdoers a safe haven. Jul 1, 2005 355
It's all in the documents: the discovery rules work best when they work together. Strategic use of the rules for obtaining documents and deposing witnesses will thwart defense attempts to obstruct your search for evidence. Kosieradzki, Mark Jul 1, 2005 2478
Know your testimonial objections: the window for objecting during testimony is small. When the time comes, make sure you know what follows 'objection, your honor!'. Lipson, Ashley Saunders Jul 1, 2005 2814
The lessons of People v. Moscat: confronting judicial bias in domestic violence cases interpreting Crawford v. Washington. Jaros, David Jun 22, 2005 7500
Court is in session. Jun 10, 2005 1311
What's the verdict on digital evidence? The Canadian experience shows that many issues related to the admissibility of digital images in court proceedings remain unresolved. Davison, Dean P. May 1, 2005 1283
Not a 'minor' accident: your client's injury is real. Don't let the defense turn evidence of minor property damage against you. MacAlister, James K. May 1, 2005 2399
New developments in evidence for the 2004 term of court. Behan, Christopher W. Apr 1, 2005 14885
New York ruling adds to growing support of black-box data. Jurand, Sara Hoffman Apr 1, 2005 467
A walk in the constitutional orchard: distinguishing fruits of Fifth Amendment right to counsel from Sixth Amendment right to counsel in Fellers v. United States. Grewell, Justin Bishop Mar 22, 2005 16630
Missouri v. Seibert: two-stepping towards the apocalypse. Weiss, Stewart J. Mar 22, 2005 15998
More than zero: accounting for error in latent fingerprint identification. Cole, Simon A. Mar 22, 2005 38443
U.S. Justice Department releases Digital Evidence guidelines. Swartz, Nikki Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 180
Message from the FBI Laboratory Director. Adams, Dwight E. Speech Jan 1, 2005 572
Evidence, procedure, and the upside of cognitive error. Sanchirico, Chris William Nov 1, 2004 37723
Commissioner rules on 'explosive' tape. Barnsley, Paul Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 322
Wrestling with Crawford v. Washington and the new constitutional law of confrontation. Yetter, John F. Oct 1, 2004 9202
So you're faced with child hearsay: what's in, what's not. Tragos, George E.; Sartes, Peter A. Oct 1, 2004 3157
North Carolina is not Daubert territory, state high court holds. Moen, Christian Harlan Oct 1, 2004 883
Evidence. Brief Article Oct 1, 2004 129
More burden on Ohio plaintiffs in asbestos suits. Sep 1, 2004 195
Mediation evidence is confidential, says California high court. Jablow, Valerie Sep 1, 2004 769
Recent developments in sentencing: a sentencing potpourri from pretrial agreement terms affecting sentencing to sentence rehearings. Aldykiewicz, Jan E. Jul 1, 2004 25490
Authentication of digital photographs under the "pictorial testimony" theory: a response to critics. Barakat, Brian; Miller, Bronwyn Jul 1, 2004 4116
The limits of the good-faith exception. Bradley, Craig M. Jun 1, 2004 1124
Tap the DMV in crash investigations. Baker, Gerald H. Jun 1, 2004 166
New developments in evidence 2003. Behan, Christopher W. May 1, 2004 20469
Self-incrimination: big changes in the wind. Robertson, David H. May 1, 2004 9363
Analyzing the constitutional tensions and applicability of Military Rule of Evidence 505 in courts-martial over United States service members: secrecy in the shadow of Lonetree. Kastenberg, Joshua E. Mar 22, 2004 17233
Be ready when defense goes to the videotape. Smith, Stephen M. Mar 1, 2004 248
Texas Supreme Court constricts discovery's reach. Jablow, Valerie Mar 1, 2004 687
Taking deterrence seriously: excluding unconstitutionally obtained evidence under section 24(2) of the charter. Penney, Steven Jan 1, 2004 22793
Keep good science in toxic tort cases; plaintiff lawyers can use a new section of the Restatement (Third) of Torts to help judges widen the gates to causation evidence. Jensen, Steve Baughman Dec 1, 2003 2572
Focus on science, not checklists; lawyers must avoid efforts to force science to conform to the Daubert admissibility formula. Instead, they should focus on how scientists actually do their work. Black, Bert Dec 1, 2003 4852
Deliver a Daubert-proof expert report: defense challenges to plaintiff expert testimony have become a routine part of civil litigation. Here's how to combat them with a thorough, well-documented report. Wivell, Martha K. Dec 1, 2003 1880
The 'fruits' of Miranda violations. Bradley, Craig M. Dec 1, 2003 2002
Distributing the costs of digital discovery. Piazza, Peter Dec 1, 2003 562
Is forensic animation right for your case? As the capabilities of computer animation grow, so does their use at trial. Here's how to determine whether this tool can enhance your case presentation. Breaux, Steven P. Nov 1, 2003 3040
"Forgive me victim for I have sinned": why repentance and the criminal justice system do not mix - a lesson from Jewish law. Bader, Cheryl G. Nov 1, 2003 13827
Determining the meaning of "direct evidence" in discrimination cases within the 11th Circuit: why Judge Tjoflat was (W)right. Barton, R. Joseph Oct 1, 2003 7730
Military Rule of Evidence (MRE) 513: a shield to protect communications of victims and witnesses to psychotherapists. Flippin, Stacy Sep 1, 2003 9885
Learn the science in your cases: something has gone wrong with Daubert. To fix it, courts must first acknowledge that science cannot be defined simply. Black, Bert Sep 1, 2003 4387
Add dynamics to direct examination: linking a memorable demonstrative exhibit with witness testimony will catch jurors' interest and help them understand the facts. Vesper, Thomas J. Sep 1, 2003 2114
Serrano v. Francis. Aug 1, 2003 334
Tapes could level playing field in employment cases. Brownstein, Andrew Jul 1, 2003 539
Honeypots: a sticky legal landscape? Walden, Ian; Flanagan, Anne Jun 22, 2003 19158
Are the courts in a trance? Approaches to the admissibility of hypnotically enhanced witness testimony in light of empirical evidence. Webert, Daniel R. Jun 22, 2003 14425
Independent safety experts are heroes, not 'junk scientists'. Ollanik, Stuart A. Jun 1, 2003 1430
New developments: crop circles in the field of evidence (1). Rose, Charles H., III Apr 1, 2003 16787
The Smith College Porn Panic of 1960. (Essay). Dorius, Joel Mar 1, 2003 2106
OSI: the fact-finders; Office of Special Investigations forensics agents help crack tough cases. Elliott, Scott Mar 1, 2003 2132
Making the appellate record: a trial defense attorney's guide to preserving objections - the why and how. Ham, Patricia A. Mar 1, 2003 17742
Digging for e-data: you won't find `electronic evidence' and `e-discovery' in the latest edition of Black's Law Dictionary. Knowing what they are and how to use them may save your client's case, and your practice. Nimsger, Kristin M. Jan 1, 2003 2345
Manage exhibits and documents electronically. Dec 1, 2002 109
Assessing the veracity of domestic violence allegations in parenting disputes. . Carter, Sherrie Bourg Nov 1, 2002 3410
Win your case with low-tech exhibits. Lacek, Tom Brief Article Oct 1, 2002 244
Lawyer discovers evidence at Internet auctions. Holt, Janet L. Oct 1, 2002 362
Document destruction after Arthur Andersen: is it still housekeeping or is it a crime? Lubet, Steven Sep 22, 2002 2584
Does `Dead-Man's Act' prohibit Dr. from testifying re pt.? Tammelleo, A. David Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 804
Logic and the law: when their paths diverge; ten instances in which judicial interpretations in matters of evidence and procedure seemingly run counter to logic. Allen, A. Graham Jul 1, 2002 6709
Antitrust enforcement in electronic B2B marketplaces: an application of oligopoly theory and modern evidence law. Hertzberg, Gabriel Jun 22, 2002 7523
Lawyer pulls out the stops to discredit Crown expert. (News). Barnsley, Paul Jun 1, 2002 1462
New developments in the law of discovery: when is late too late, and does Article 46, UCMJ, have teeth? Ekman, Christina E. May 1, 2002 10793
New developments in evidence: counsel, half-right face, front leaning rest position, move! Rose, Charles H., III Apr 1, 2002 14013
Woman's sexual past not admissible in wrongful death suit, Georgia court rules. Jurand, Sara Hoffman Apr 1, 2002 529
Colorado says OSHA violations admissible in lawsuit. Scarlett, Thomas Apr 1, 2002 517
Second Circuit extends boundaries of `work environment' under Title VII. Levy, Stephanie Mar 1, 2002 518
Case of the Year: Strasser v. Yalamanchi. Cavendish, Michael Jan 1, 2002 4780
North Carolina court rejects 'reform' rule requiring expert review of med-mal claims. Holt, Janet L. Jan 1, 2002 1205
Deceased appraiser's report used as evidence. (Cases in Brief). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 275
What is an environmental expert? The impact of Daubert, Joiner and Kumho Tire on the admissibility of scientific expert evidence. Gagen, Andrew B. Dec 22, 2001 20826
Florida professor faces deportation order. (Nation). Donovan, Gill Brief Article Dec 14, 2001 251
Spoliation of evidence: a double-edged sword. Rockenbach, Bard D. Nov 1, 2001 2846
The military's psychotherapist-patient privilege: benefit or bane for military accused? Masterton, R. Peter Nov 1, 2001 3559
Medical Records as Legal Evidence. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 188
Today's trial: evaluating evidence. Mitchell, Teresa Aug 1, 2001 947
Family law: judges watch TV too. Ball, Rosemarie Aug 1, 2001 892
Preserving evidence pending a search warrant. Bradley, Craig M. Jun 1, 2001 2160
Federal court rules that rapist has right to DNA test. Magnuson, Carolyn Jun 1, 2001 630
(Objective historian standard applied to determine libel in Irving v. Penguin Books Ltd). Schneider, Wendie Ellen Case Note Jun 1, 2001 7664
Limiting the use of "me too" evidence in employment discrimination cases. Poole, J. Ray Jun 1, 2001 4164
FL: Admissibility of Authenticated Medical Records: Appellate Court Reverses Order for New Trial for Pt. Tammelleo, A. David Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 537
Less expert testimony admitted since Daubert, study says. Reichert, Jennifer L. Apr 1, 2001 551
Better to be judged by twelve than carried by six: the need for an "against-self-preservation" interest exception to the hearsay rule. Schoeberlein, Adam M. Case Note Mar 22, 2001 16630
Health care ethics experts in Canadian courts. Downie, Jocelyn Mar 22, 2001 5397
Mitigating the dangers of capital convictions based on eyewitness testimony through treason's two-witness rule. Jain, Monika Mar 22, 2001 13612
Out of the fire and into the Fryeing pan or back to the future. Miltenberg, Ned Mar 1, 2001 4338
Workers' Comn Bills Head to Senate. FRIEDMAN, MARK Brief Article Feb 26, 2001 577
CIVIL LIBERTIES. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 129
SECRET EVIDENCE REPEAL ACT, H.R. 2121. Schatz, Vinian Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 173
The case for the contingent exclusionary rule. Dripps, Donald Jan 1, 2001 25919
Judges are not economists and other reasons to be skeptical of contingent suppression orders: a response to Professor Dripps. Thomas, George C., III Jan 1, 2001 12556
Amendments to the federal discovery and evidence rules. Jenkins, Elizabeth A. Dec 1, 2000 3388
Admissibility of expert testimony: What's next? Sylvester, Mark A. Dec 1, 2000 3063
New California court rules discourage sealing of court records. Hellwege, Jean Dec 1, 2000 471

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