This is the fourth edition of New York Courtroom Evidence. It has been used by judges and lawyers for over twenty-two years as a ready source of reference during trials and preparation. This fourth edition lays out time-honored principles of evidence, while honing in on those principles as they have been fleshed out over the twenty years since the first publication of the book. New York Courtroom Evidence recognizes the reasoning underlying the various rules, so if the reason for the rule fades, the new rule grows from well known principles. This book not only contains black-letter rules of evidence, but also explores areas of disagreement amongst the courts. New York Courtroom Evidence, covers such key concepts and principles as: Laying a Foundation Objecting to Evidence Improper Argument by Counsel Admission of Real Evidence Introduction of Photograph or Videotape Introduction of Information Derived from a Scientific Principle, Procedure, or Test Admission of a Business Record Photocopies Foundation for a Police Accident Report Foundation for Medical RecordsAsked and Answered If an objection to a question is sustained by the court because the information it seeks is inadmissible, ... has answered the question on direct does not preclude asking for the same information on cross, to test the witnessa#39;s ... Once the witness gives a complete answer to a question on cross, such as aI dona#39;t know, a it is objectionable to repeat the ... unexpected, or lacked conviction, the court has the discretion to permit the question to be repeated in a different form.
|Title||:||New York Courtroom Evidence - 4th Edition|
|Author||:||John E. Durst Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2013-06-01|