Index screen title: McCormick's Evidence
Eighth edition, Student edition / by Robert P. Mosteller, general editor ; contributing authors, Kenneth S. Broun, George E. Dix, Edward J. Imwinkelried, D. H. Kaye, Eleanor Swift.
1 online resource (xxiii, 836 pages).
Hornbook series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
"Student edition" on cover only. "This book is an abridgement of 'McCormick on Evidence, Eighth Edition, Volumes 1 & 2. Practitioner Treatise Series'."
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction 1. Preparing and Presenting the Evidence 2. The Form of Questions on Direct; The Judge's Witnesses; Refreshing Memory 3. The Requirement of Firsthand Knowledge: The Opinion Rule & Expert Testimony 4. Cross-Examination and Subsequent Examinations 5. Impeachment and Support 6. The Procedure of Admitting and Excluding Evidence 7. The Competency of Witnesses 8. The Scope and Effect of the Evidentiary Privileges 9. The Privilege for Marital Communications 10. The Client's Privilege: Communications Between Client & Lawyer 11. The Privilege for Confidential Information Secured in the Course of the Physician-Patient Relationship 12. Privileges for Governmental Secrets 13. The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination 14. Confessions 15. The Privilege Concerning Improperly Obtained Evidence 16. Relevance 17. Character and Habit 18. Similar Happenings and Transactions 19. Insurance Against Liability 20. Experimental and Scientific Evidence 21. Real Evidence, Other Nontestimonial Evidence, and Demonstrative Aids 22. Authentication 23. The Requirement of the Production of the Original Writing, Recording, or Photograph as the "Best Evidence" 24. The Hearsay Rule 25. An Opposing Party's Statements/Admissions 26. Spontaneous Statements 27. Statements for the Purpose of Medical Diagnosis or Treatment 28. Records of Past Recollection 29. Regularly Kept Records 30. Public Records, Reports, and Certificates 31. Testimony Taken at a Former Hearing or in Another Action 32. Dying Declarations 33. Declarations Against Interest 34. Various Other Exceptions and the Future of the Rules About Hearsay 35. Judicial Notice 36. The Burdens of Proof and Presumptions.
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Revision of: McCormick, Charles T. (Charles Tilford), 1889-1963. McCormick on evidence. Seventh edition. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,