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The Federal Rules of Evidence - Part 1

The thirteenth edition of this essential textbook reflects on all recent changes and developments in this fast-moving subject. In particular, it fully examines new case law relevant to evidence of privilege, character and hearsay. The inclusion of some comparative material provides an excellent basis for the critical appraisal of English law.

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De oiciis 1. And yet, rhetoric has been ignored in Anglo-American theories of evidence. Justice For All, para Lang. Agency Third Edition Roderick Munday.

This thirteenth edition reflects on all recent changes and developments in this fast-moving subject. In particular, it fully examines new case law relevant to evidence of privilege, character, and hearsay. The inclusion of some comparative material provides an excellent basis for the critical appraisal of English law. This book remains the definitive guide to the law of evidence. Keywords: case law , privilege , character , hearsay , English law , law of evidence. Access to the complete content on Law Trove requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription.

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  1. Neywebreuhy says:

    Opinion evidence refers to evidence of what the witness thinks, believes, or infers in regard to facts, as distinguished from personal knowledge of the facts themselves. However, there are two exceptions to this rule: expert evidence and non-expert opinion given by laymen which people in their daily lives reach without conscious ratiocination. In general, witnesses should testify only as to the facts observed and should not give opinion. The main rationale for such a rule is that the admission of opinion evidence would not assist, or might even mislead, the court and in particular the jury. 😢

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