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Evidence Under the Rules, Seventh Edition (Aspen Casebooks) Christopher B. Mueller

Evidence Under the Rules, Seventh Edition (Aspen Casebooks)

Christopher B. Mueller

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Highly successful, problem-based coursebook for the basic evidence course, currently adopted at over 100 law schools. Features: Clear organization structured around the Federal Rules of Evidence. The basics of evidence are covered clearly andMoreHighly successful, problem-based coursebook for the basic evidence course, currently adopted at over 100 law schools. Features: Clear organization structured around the Federal Rules of Evidence. The basics of evidence are covered clearly and succinctly in an understandable frameworkCombines textual explanations, numerous problems, and carefully edited cases in an accessible coursebook.Problems are engaging and effectively teach the intricacies of the Federal Rules of Evidence.Case excerpting skillfully employed to include only the portions of a case relevant to the evidentiary rule being reviewed.This book is currently adopted at over 100 law schoolsNew to the Seventh Edition: Material on the new FRE 502 and a problem based on it.Discussion of the new amendment to FRE 804(b)(3).Supreme Courts 2011 decision on the Confrontation Clause in Michigan v. Bryant, which expands the Davis emergency exceptionSupreme Courts earlier decisions in Melendez-Diaz (2009) and Giles (2007), now moved from annual supplements to the main volumeUpdated references to the Restyled Rules, in which all quotations in the text use language that is common to both the Restyled Rules and the prior federal version (which remain in force in many Rules states)Coverage of new Rule 502 on waiver of Attorney-Client privilege and work product protection, with a new Problem 12-F (The Disclosure Was Inadvertent), providing an application the new RuleReplacement Problem 2-I (Raid on the Cedar Woods Apartment) illustrating the workings of FRE 104 on judge-jury responsibilityNew Problem 5-J (I Didnt Know They Were Stolen) illustrating the Huddleston approach to applying Rule 404(b)A new decision illustrating the issue of authenticating recordings (the Oslund case in Chapter 13)Many adjustments that are responsive to extensive comments collected by the publisher and conveyed to the authors, entered in this edition in an effort to make things clearer or more complete, and sometimes shorter