A Practical Guide to Evidence in New Hampshire
A must-have for Granite State litigators and trial lawyers
- Product Number: 2100380B00
- Publication Date: 2/18/2021
- Edition: 2nd Edition 2021
- Copyright: © 2021 MCLE, Inc.
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Tested tips for admitting and excluding evidence in New Hampshire trials. You will find this and more in A Practical Guide to Evidence in New Hampshire , an authoritative and practical evidence manual for New Hampshire litigators. Some of New Hampshire's most noted trial lawyers share their techniques, tips, strategies and best practices for dealing with evidentiary issues in the context of courtroom practice. Featured are sample examinations based on realistic hypotheticals filled with the nuance, the persuasion, and the know-how that you can learn how to adopt in your own direct and cross-examinations. A practice handbook in its most basic form, A Practical Guide to Evidence in New Hampshire is a must-have for Granite State litigators and trial lawyers who wish to master evidence to prevail in court.
Update: February 2021
MCLE | New England is pleased to present you with this revised edition of A Practical Guide to Evidence in New Hampshire. It is our pleasure to note that with this 2021 edition, the book's founding editor, Kenneth E. Rubenstein, Esq., has been joined by Nathan R. Fennessy, Esq. and Karen A Schlitzer, Esq., as well as Hon. Tina Nadeau, who provided judicial commentary. We welcome Mr. Fennessy, Ms. Schlitzer, and Judge Nadeau, as we thank Hon. Robert J. Lynn and E. Tupper Kinder, Esq. for their past work on the book.
Please note highlights of the 2021 edition, including the following:
- Witness impeachment. See chapter 8 for discussion of cases that address cross-examination directed at bias and the level of protection recognized by the court.
- Syndrome evidence. See chapter 9 for added case law on limitation of syndrome evidence in the context of a case involving alleged domestic abuse.
- Prior identification. Chapter 9 also adds discussion of a case involving the introduction of prior identification testimony in the context of a witness's memory loss, and whether prior identification statement falls within N.H. R. Evid. 801(d)(1)(C), when the eyewitness's memory loss was more acute than in Delgado.
- Photographs at trial. In chapter 13, find three things the court must consider when photographs are being introduced at trial and read about counsel's obligation, under a 2017 case, to demonstrate unfair prejudice and an undue tendency to induce a decision against a defendant.
WWe at MCLE trust that you will find this second edition of A Practical Guide to Evidence in New Hampshire to be a valuable addition to your collection. Thank you for your interest in MCLE | New England publications.
Maryanne G. Jensen, Esq., MCLE Director of Publications
- Update: February 2021
Table of Contents
Table of Contentsexpand allChapter 1 expand
Introduction of Evidence—An OverviewBuy ChapterChapter 2 expand
Facts Established Without Formal ProofBuy ChapterChapter 3 expand
Evidentiary Limitations and ExclusionsBuy ChapterChapter 4 expand
Witness Competency and QualificationBuy ChapterChapter 5 expand
Witness Corroboration and SupportBuy ChapterChapter 6 expand
IdentificationBuy ChapterChapter 7 expand
ReputationBuy ChapterChapter 8 expand
ImpeachmentBuy ChapterChapter 9 expand
RehabilitationBuy ChapterChapter 10 expand
PrivilegesBuy ChapterChapter 11 expand
Hearsay Exceptions Involving State of MindBuy ChapterChapter 12 expand
Documentary EvidenceBuy ChapterChapter 13 expand
Demonstrative EvidenceBuy Chapter
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