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Federal trial handbook : civil

Author: Robert S Hunter
Publisher: [St. Paul, MN] : Thomson/West, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert S Hunter
OCLC Number: 53160273
Notes: Revised edition of: Federal trial handbook. 3rd ed. 1993.
Includes index.
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Evidence and procedure in federal courts, generally --
2. The relationship between federal and state judicial systems --
3. State law in federal courts --
4. The conduct of the trial --
5. The conduct of the judge --
6. The conduct of the attorney --
7. Motions during trial, default, and dismissal --
8. Continuances --
9. Trial by the court --
10. Trial before a master --
11. Trial before a magistrate judge --
12. The province of court and jury --
13. Contempt of court --
14. The jury trial --
15. Challenging a juror for cause --
16. The conduct of the jury during the trial --
17. Opening statements --
18. Order of proof --
19. The burden of proof --
20. Proof of facts --
21. The use of stipulations --
22. Subpoenas ad testificandum and duces tecum --
23. Witnesses --
24. The competency of witnesses to testify --
25. The admissibility of evidence --
26. Eminent domain --
27. Objections to evidence --
28. The admission of evidence --
29. Circumstantial evidence --
30. The direct examination of witnesses --
31. Assisting the witness with memoranda --
32. The privilege against self-incrimination --
33. The impeachment of witnesses --
34. Cross-examining a witness --
35. Using a prior inconsistent statement to impeach a witness --
36. Prior convictions to impeach witness --
37. Redirect and recross-examination --
38. Privileged communications and information --
39. Judicial notice --
40. Presumptions --
41. Real and demonstrative evidence --
42. Photographs, motion pictures, etc. --
43. The view --
44. Documentary evidence --
45. The best-evidence rule --
46. Opinion evidence, in general --
47. Nonexpert opinion evidence --
48. Expert testimony and opinion evidence --
49. Valuation of real estate --
50. Proof of handwriting --
51. Experiments, demonstrations, and tests --
52. Medical testimony --
53. Hearsay evidence --
54. Hearsay exceptions, generally --
55. Hearsay exceptions; availability of declarant immaterial --
56. Hearsay exceptions: declarants unavailable --
57. Testimony at former trial or proceeding --
58. Business entries, records, and reports --
59. Admissions by a party opponent --
60. Inferences based upon conduct of a party --
61. Evidence of reputation and character --
62. Parol [sic] and extrinsic evidence --
63. The use of depositions at the trial --
64. Evidence that tends to show due care or lack of care --
65. Mistrial --
66. Judgment as a matter of law --
67. Damages --
68. Damages in particular kinds of cases --
69. The recovery of attorney's fees--
sanctions against parties and attorneys --
70. Closing arguments --
71. Jury instructions --
72. The jury's deliberations --
73. The verdict --
74. The judgment in civil cases.
Responsibility: Robert S. Hunter.

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