Cases and Materials on Evidenceby Kenneth S. Broun
Now in its fifth edition, this casebook remains a traditional "case method" publication. The fifth edition reflects the extensive impact on evidentiary law of U.S. Supreme Court cases. This edition adds Tome, Williamson, Daubert, White and Zollin as principal cases and treated in notes. The authors, however, remain cognizant that the majority of applications of the law of evidence take place in state court and have made every attempt to include interesting and teachable state decisions, and to give students a sense of the extent to which state law and practice remain varied.
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