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Evidence, 4th ed. (revised by Joel Wm. Friedman).


Evidence, 4th ed. (revised by Joel Wm. Friedman).

Blond, Neil C.

Aspen Publishers, Inc.


194 pages



Blond's law guides


Revised by Friedman (procedural law and jurisdiction, Tulane U. Law School), this is a law school study guide on rules of evidence. The guide includes "Case Clips" that distill the key basic information from court cases, "EasyFlow" charts showing the relationship between different cases, black letter outlines, and mnemonics for memorization. The material is organized into chapters covering general principles; competency of a witness; relevance, admissibility, and common types of evidence; burden of proof and presumptions; judicial notice; hearsay evidence; evidence in the courtroom; authentication of evidence and the best evidence rule; real and demonstrative evidence; and privileges.

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