As Steve explains:
I wrote this book as a true trial handbook: a quick counsel table reference for matrimonial trial lawyers. The goal of the book is "how to get it in and how to keep it out." While the book relies mainly on the Federal Rules of Evidence, many states (including Illinois) follow them closely if not exactly.
The topics I cover in the book include:
Chapter 1 Trial Process and Procedure
Chapter 2 The Fundamentals of Evidence
Chapter 3 Relevance
Chapter 4 Evidence of Character and Habit
Chapter 5 Other Miscellaneous Relevancy Issues
Chapter 6 Hearsay
Chapter 7 Hearsay Exceptions
Chapter 8 Judicial Notice and Presumptions
Chapter 9 Authentication of Writings and Other Tangible Evidence
Chapter 10 Original Writing Rule and Rule of Completeness
Chapter 11 Competency of Witnesses
Chapter 12 Evidentiary Privileges
Chapter 13 Expert Witnesses
Chapter 14 Examination of Witnesses
Chapter 15 Tendering Exhibits, Objections, and Offers of Proof
Chapter 16 Procedures for Streamlining Admission of Evidence
Helpful information includes the procedure to admit social media, such as Facebook pages, websites and other digital evidence.
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