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Single Volume Treatises

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McCormick on Evidence - Kenneth S. Broun, general editor.
Call Number: KF8935 .M292 2014 (Fourth Fl. Reserve)
ISBN: 0314290257
Publication Date: 2007-03-01
Topics include preparing and presenting evidence, cross-examination, and the procedure for admitting and excluding evidence. Includes tables of cases, statutes, and rules.

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Weissenberger's Federal Evidence - Glen Weissenberger and James J. Duane.
Call Number: KF8935 .W42 2011 (Fourth Fl. Reserve) and Lexis
ISBN: 1593454171
Succinct yet scholarly analysis of the Federal Rules of Evidence. Integrates theory with a practical understanding of how the rules operate.

 

Multi-Volume Treatises

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Federal Evidence - Christopher B. Mueller and Laird C. Kirkpatrick
ISBN: 0735579687
Publication Date: 2009-04-22
Westlaw-Updated annually. Analytical treatment of the Federal Rules of Evidence, organized on a rule-by-rule approach.

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Handbook of Federal Evidence - Michael H. Graham
ISBN: 0314812180
Westlaw-Updated annually. Multi-volume treatise covers each rule based on analysis of many cases. Includes Advocacy Notes, which consist of reference to state authority, frequently conflicting, and representing areas of the law of evidence not explored completely by federal case law. Committee Notes help users understand rule changes.

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McCormick on Evidence (Practitioner Treatise series) - Kenneth S. Broun, general editor.
Call Number: KF8935 .M29 2013 (Fourth Fl. Reserve)
ISBN: 0314812520
Publication Date: 2006-01-01
Two volume treatise on the practice and theory of evidence, current issues, and leading case law. Covers the Federal Rules of Evidence as well as state law in jurisdictions not conforming to the federal rules.

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New Wigmore: A Treatise on Evidence - David P. Leonard et al.
CCH Intelliconnect and Westlaw.
Updated annually. Covers selected rules of unlimited admissibility, evidentiary privileges including attorney-client privilege, expert evidence, evidence of other mis-conduct, and impeachment and rehabilitation. This publication is a present-day counterpart to the classic Wigmore on Evidence treatise.

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Weinstein's Federal Evidence
Lexis-Updated regularly. An in-depth treatise on the federal law of evidence. Analysis focuses on the current state of the law, organized by circuits. Also analyzes unsettled evidence issues. Useful table about “State Adaptations of the Federal Rules of Evidence.”

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Wigmore on Evidence - Wigmore
CCH Intelliconnect
Updated semi-annually. Wide-ranging treatise on evidence encompasses many topics from admissibility to testimonial evidence. Analyzes the Federal Rules of Evidence and state evidence rules. Wigmore was highly influential in his field. He published the first edition in 1904. Subsequent editions maintain his standards and comprehensive range.

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