A Practical Guide to Introducing Evidence in Massachusetts is a convenient reference for identifying the foundational requirements and examination techniques that apply to introducing evidence at trial. Sample examinations illustrate the practical implementation of each of the evidentiary approaches explored in the text.
The Practical Guide addresses some eighty evidentiary areas, from admissions to X-rays. And it offers tips and guidelines for handling established categories of evidence—prior convictions, privileges, hearsay—as well as timely topics such as genetic marker testing, "first complaint" evidence, Daubert/Lanigan standards, and electronic evidence such as Web pages and e-mail.
Thank you for keeping your volume of A Practical Guide to Introducing Evidence in Massachusetts current with this 2020 edition.
Inside, you will find updates on many evidence topics, including the following:
We at MCLE trust that you will find this new material useful in your practice and valuable in keeping your reference library current.
Maryanne G. Jensen, Esq., Director of Publications