Whether you're in front of a judge or in your office, this convenient handbook will help you identify and find essential evidentiary information. The content is organized into more than 100 easy-to-navigate topical entries, such as motions in limine. The author, Professor Paul S. Milich, is Chief Reporter of the Evidence Study Committee of the Georgia State Bar.
- Physical Description: 6.5"x9.7"x0.9"; 1.5 lb; 530 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2011-03-03
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