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Mangrum on Nebraska Evidence, 2017 ed. (Vol. 3, Nebraska Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2017
ISBN: 9780314874436
Service #: 40163449
Sub #: 40163511
Pages: 1328
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Replacement pamphlets

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Mangrum on Nebraska Evidence, 2017 ed. (Vol. 3, Nebraska Practice Series)

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This source for Nebraska evidence law enables you to quickly locate a particular rule and case law that applies to your issue. It discusses legislative history behind each rule, and highlights decisions by the United States Supreme Court that impact the operation of the Nebraska Rules of Evidence. Also reviews thousands of decisions by the Nebraska courts interpreting the Nebraska Rules of Evidence. Discusses controversial areas of evidentiary development in which the courts have not yet clearly resolved important evidentiary issues. Reviews expert testimony a step-by-step as developed by the federal courts under the auspices of Daubert, Kumho and Joiner.

Features

  • Table of cases enables you to immediately place specific cases in the context of the relevant evidentiary categories
  • Each article includes a statement of the rule, legislative history, foundation, analysis, and variations under the Federal Rules
  • Provides an outline for each rule to walk you through the steps of admitting or excluding evidence
  • Provides an index for researching evidentiary issues from the perspective of well-known evidentiary phrases