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Examples and Explanations for Evidence, Fourteenth Edition

  • Arthur Best
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Examples & Explanations: Evidence is the most clear, effective, and concise text available for students today. Beautifully organized, with compelling examples and questions, this ancillary delivers exactly the right level of detail for a student’s introduction to evidence law.

New to the 14th Edition:

• Amendment allowing introduction of extrinsic evidence of a witness’s prior inconsistent statement only after the witness has had an opportunity to explain or deny it (Rule 613)
• Amendment expanding the types of corroborating evidence that must be considered in applying the statement against penal interest hearsay exception (Rule 804(b)(3))
• Changes to the opposing party’s statement provisions in Rule 801 for circumstances where a party’s claim derives from a declarant or a declarant’s principal
• New Rule 107 and modification of Rule 1006 concerning illustrative aids

Key Features:
● Structured chapters that present all the information a student needs to respond to the Example problems (the Explanations never introduce or rely on material that was absent from the chapter text)—making those problems a powerful reinforcement tool
● A concise approach, with only 255 pages of text, giving ample coverage of the main topics in typical Evidence courses and giving appropriately briefer coverage of peripheral topics
● A full presentation of the text of the Federal Rules, with “plain language” explanations, in a 59-page Appendix

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