Trial Evidence Brought to Life is a unique, insightful and engaging guide to the law of evidence. Author Martin A. Schwartz enlivens an intricate, technical subject by using evidentiary examples from popular culture to provide a strong understanding of the Federal Rules of Evidence, and its interpretive case law which represents the prevailing evidence law in the United States.
Also, this unique instructive approach provides an understanding of how popular culture sources inform jurors’ preconceptions about the trial process. Illustrations from famous cases, movies, novels, cartoons, and other media highlight the presumptions jurors bring to the courtroom.
Trial Evidence Brought to Life covers a wide range of issues, including relevance and unfair prejudice, the rule against hearsay and its numerous exceptions, recent developments in expert testimony, and the various impeachment methods.
You’ll receive clear guidance on the following: