McCormick on Evidence, 7th (Practitioner Treatise Series)
Recognized as the foremost authority on evidence law today, McCormick on Evidence offers comprehensive and authoritative analysis of the rules and theory of evidence.
When there are specific questions of evidence for which a jurisdiction has no precedent, this treatise provides both general theories that may be argued to suggest the answer and varying views from other jurisdictions. Like the Dean McCormick's original text, the Seventh Edition continues to provide a pragmatic approach to the law of evidence.
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evidence, scientific evidence, confrontation clause, federal rules of evidence, character evidence, similar-act evidence, privilege
Civil Procedure | Constitutional Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence
Kaye, David H.; Broun, Kenneth S.; Dix, George E.; Imwinkelried, Edward J.; Mosteller, Robert P.; Roberts, E. F.; and Swift, Eleanor, "McCormick on Evidence, 7th (Practitioner Treatise Series)" (2013). Books. 9.