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Evidence Law for Legal Assistants, First Edition

Authors
  • Neal R. Bevans
Series / Aspen Paralegal Series
Teaching Materials
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Table of contents
Preface

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Evidence Law for Legal Assistants by experienced author Neal R. Bevans emphasizes the theory underlying evidentiary issues while highlighting real-world examples that are important in both civil and criminal law. This thoughtfully organized text targets the knowledge and evidentiary concepts most relevant to paralegal students. Throughout, the text underscores the practical aspects of the gathering and use of evidence, as well as issues directly pertaining to paralegals as they help prepare a case for trial, either from the defense or prosecution viewpoints. This accessible text is built around various rules, often citing the Federal Rules to provide context, adds case law to expand on the rule, and then offers insight into state laws and cases to round out the coverage.

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • Comprehensive coverage, with a teachable mix of theory and practice.
  • Well-structured pedagogy reinforces this readable text. Each chapter features a variety of effective learning aids, as well as a wealth of exercises that encourage students to apply what they have learned.
  • Discussion of important cases to help demonstrate the importance of evidence law in both civil and criminal cases.
  • Coverage of state rules and cases demonstrates not only the similarities between the federal and state approaches but also some of the important differences.
  • Heavy emphasis on the practical aspects of evidence law in both civil and criminal litigation practice.
  • Each chapter explores an important ethical question and explains the relevance of ethical systems for the day-to-day practice of law.
  • The Skills You Need in the Real World feature in each chapter addresses practical skills and hands-on activities that help the reader relate the material to the acquisition of specific skills related to evidence law.
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Product Information
Edition
First Edition
Publication date
2023-09-15
Copyright Year
2024
Pages
360
Connected eBook + Paperback
9798886143928
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9798889064589
Subject
Evidence
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