Guide to New York Evidence
by: Joseph P. Napoli
Looseleaf binder + 696 page insert
One of the crucial keys to an ironclad case is appropriate gathering and treatment of evidence.
Designed to ensure that judges, attorneys, paralegals and law students have a complete understanding of the caveats and boundaries of NYS evidentiary law, this guide helps prevent devastating evidence mistakes.
Includes detailed, quick-reference coverage of pertinent issues.
Table of Contents: Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - Evidence In General Chapter 3 - Relevance and Materiality Chapter 4 - Witness and Competency, Discrediting and Accrediting Chapter 5 - Impeachment Chapter 6 - Expert and Lay Opinion Chapter 7 - Hearsay and Exceptions Chapter 8 - Character, Habit and Similarity Chapter 9 - Unfair Prejudice, Highly Flammable and Evidence Admitted for a Limited Purpose Chapter 10 - Settlement Negotiations and Remedial Measures Chapter 11 - Genuineness, Writings, Authenticity, Identification and Proper Foundation Chapter 12 - Privileges Chapter 13 - Judicial Notice, Presumptions, Burden of Proof and Res Ipsa Loquitor Chapter 14 - Evidentiary Procedure, Obtaining Evidence and Related Procedures Chapter 15- Res Judicata Chapter 16 - Scientific Evidence in Civil and Criminal Cases Appendix A - New York Evidence Law (Statutes) Appendix B - Federal Rules of Evidence for US Courts and Magistrates Case List Index Index
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