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The Glannon Guide to Evidence: Learning Evidence Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis, Third Edition

Authors
  • Michael Avery
Series / Glannon Guides Series
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Description

The Glannon Guide to Evidence provides a practical, and theoretically solid, aid to learning the Federal Rules of Evidence. Straightforward explanations of the Rules and illustrative examples in down to earth language provide a supplement to an Evidence class that will remove any confusion as to how the Rules should be interpreted. Based on decades of trying cases and classroom teaching, Prof. Avery is familiar with the most common mistakes lawyers and students make in applying the Rules and has designed these materials to highlight typical errors and correct them. Each multiple-choice question has tempting, but incorrect, answer choices, and then an explanation in simple and direct language that clarifies the rule. The student who works through these questions will be well prepared for Evidence exams and courtroom challenges.

New to the Third Edition:

  • Fifteen new multiple-choice questions have been added since the Second Edition.
  • All amendments to the Rules since the Second Edition have been taken into account, and the Rules are current as of the summer of 2022.

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • Realistic questions, many drawn from the author’s own courtroom experience
  • Classroom tested examples that have been refined over the years
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Product Information
Edition
Third Edition
Publication date
2022-12-14
Copyright Year
2023
Pages
248
Paperback
9798886140637
Connected eBook with Study Center (Digital Only)
9798886148411
Subject
Evidence
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