California Evidentiary Foundations takes the abstract principles of evidence and organizes them into concise statements and illustrates their uses with sample transcripts of the elements being applied in the courtroom. It helps attorneys focus their case around a theme, and understand the theories behind proving up evidence in both civil and criminal cases. California Evidentiary Foundations includes complete references to the California Evidence Code, key cases, legislative history and citations to secondary authorities such as Jefferson, Witkin, C.E.B. texts.The only point of disagreement seems to be whether the application of the rule to inscribed chattels is mandatory. ... purpose, the prosecutor offered the testimony of a police officer that the victima#39;s name was on a credit card receipt for a gasoline purchase made by defendanta#39;s accomplice. The court concluded that the prosecutor was trying to prove the contents of the credit card, not the credit card receipt.
|Title||:||California Evidentiary Foundations|
|Author||:||Edward J. Imwinkelried, Thomas J. Leach|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2014-11-05|