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Colorado Rules of Evidence with Objections, Sixth Edition

Authors
  • William G. Meyer
  • Anthony J. Bocchino
  • David A. Sonenshein
Series / NITA
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Description

Ah, the keen discomfort of being caught without a comeback. We’ve all been there—and experienced, too, the other side of it: coming up with the perfect retort hours after it doesn’t matter anymore. The French call it l’espirit de l’escalier—but here at NITA, we call it Colorado Rules of Evidence with Objections, Sixth Edition.

When you’re in court, stakes are too high for you to fumble for words. Colorado Rules of Evidence with Objections is there to help. Seasoned advocates Judge William G. Meyer (ret.), Anthony Bocchino, and David Sonenshein break down, in alphabetical order, every topic of inadmissible evidence (such as Argumentative, Hearsay, Privileged, among many others) and offer the perfect objection, along with the response, cross-reference to the Code, and explanation to back it up. This pocket-sized book, reflecting changes through January 1, 2020, lets you instantly consult the relevant Colorado Rule, find appropriate objections and responses during trial, and gain insight from practice tips and legal interpretations.

So that when opposing counsel asks your witness, “Were you at My Brother’s Bar on the evening of August 5?” you say, “I object. Leading question.” Pick up Colorado Rules of Evidence with Objections and never again be at a loss for words.

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Product Information
Edition
Sixth Edition
Publication date
2020-05-26
Pages
254
Spiral Bound
9781601568847
Subject
Evidence
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