Real and Demonstrative Evidence: Applications and Theory

Real and Demonstrative Evidence: Applications and Theory

by Ronald J. Rychlak
     
 

Physical objects, still and moving photographs, audio recordings, diagrams and other graphics, models, re-enactments and demonstrations, computer generated evidence, and documents are among the tools Rychlak explains how lawyers can use in courtrooms as part of arguing a case before the jury. To the 1995 first edition, he adds a chapter on remote sensing and satellite… See more details below

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Physical objects, still and moving photographs, audio recordings, diagrams and other graphics, models, re-enactments and demonstrations, computer generated evidence, and documents are among the tools Rychlak explains how lawyers can use in courtrooms as part of arguing a case before the jury. To the 1995 first edition, he adds a chapter on remote sensing and satellite imaging. He also offers advice on finding or preparing evidence, using real evidence before and after as well as during a trial, foundations, objections, handling exhibits in the courtroom, and other matters. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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ISBN-13:
9780327123385
Publisher:
LEXIS Publishing
Pages:
577

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