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This essential manual guides you through the foundations for admitting evidence, and privileges, disqualifications, exclusions and limitations that prevent evidence from coming in at trial. It covers a variety of topics related to witnesses, including the principles of witness corroboration, competency, impeachment and rehabilitation, along with foundations for identification and reputation. Look to the chapter on the hearsay rule and its exceptions to gain a comprehensive understanding as to how hearsay evidence is treated under Connecticut's rules. Each chapter contains a clear statement of evidentiary foundations and sample dialogues.
<2013- > : editors: Mark S. Baldwin, Dylan P. Kletter, Stephen R. Klaffky; authors, Donald E. Frechette [and others].
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