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61. Evidence: Essential Terms and
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62. Interpreting Evidence : Evaluating
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63. Applied Police and Fire Photography
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64. Legal Argumentation and Evidence
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65. Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence
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66. Evidence Law: A Student's Guide
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67. Genetic Testimony: A Guide to
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68. Women in Muslim Family Law (Contemporary
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69. Ethics in Forensic Science and
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70. Criminal Evidence
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74. California Evidence Code 2003
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75. Problems, Cases, and Materials
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76. Evidence Collection
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77. Siegel's Evidence: Essay and Multiple-Choice
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78. Sum & Substance Quick Review
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79. Science in Court (Issues in Law
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80. Scientific Evidence and Expert

61. Evidence: Essential Terms and Concepts (Essentials for Law Students)
by Mark Reutlinger
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Asin: 1567064949
Catlog: Book (1997-07-01)
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
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62. Interpreting Evidence : Evaluating Forensic Science in the Courtroom
by BernardRobertson, G. A.Vignaux
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Asin: 0471960268
Catlog: Book (1995-10-26)
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Sales Rank: 654286
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • How certain can you be that matching fingerprints have a common origin?
  • How reliable are the testing procedures for DNA and blood samples? What inferences can be drawn from the results of such procedures by criminal, family and immigration lawyers?
  • If matching glass or fibre traces are found, what value can be placed on this evidence?
The manner in which the defence, prosecution and expert witnesses deal with such questions can decide the outcome of a case. The important new techniques based on principles of logic and probability which the authors advocate in Interpreting Evidence offer litigants and witnesses clear and practical advice on the presentation of physical evidence in a courtroom. Written jointly by a lawyer and an expert in using probability in decision-making, Interpreting Evidence discusses actual case reports (such as the UK Birmingham Six case, the New York case of People v Castro, the O.J. Simpson trial in Los Angeles and the Pengelly case in New Zealand) to illustrate this modern technique of interpreting scientific evidence. Equally applicable in every modern jurisdiction, Interpreting Evidence is essential reading for criminal, family and immigration lawyers as well as prosecution services, the judiciary and forensic scientists. For teachers and students of evidence this book will be invaluable as a teaching and discussion tool.

"The general thesis of the book is admirable and the writing is very good indeed. It deserves to have considerable influence on the appreciation of scientific evidence in law." Professor Dennis Lindley, Professor of Statistics, University College London, UK (retired).

"I am sure that this will become a standard work for all who need to understand the logic of evaluating evidence. The authors have taken great pains to avoid complicated mathematics and expose, with remarkable clarity, the essential principles of this fascinating, yet neglected, subject." Dr Ian Evett, Home Office Forensic Science Service, UK.

"This is a book that must be read by anybody for whom scientific evidence may be important. Novices will find this book a clear guide … to understanding how scientific evidence should be presented in litigation. Those who think of themselves as experts will find themselves stimulated by the able presentation and vigorous advocacy of the authors approach." Professor Richard Friedman, Professor of Law, University of Michigan, USA. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars guide to interpreting evidence
Eminent scholars show how to interpret (not only DNA) evidence in the court, using (Bayesian) logic. It has nice one paragraph summary after each chapter; it is somewhat less numeric and more general than a book of Evett and Weir. ... Read more


63. Applied Police and Fire Photography
by Raymond P. Siljander, Darin D. Fredrickson
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Asin: 0398066876
Catlog: Book (1997-04-01)
Publisher: C.C. Thomas
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5-0 out of 5 stars Forensic and Crime Scene Photography
This is the best book I've ever read. We used this book in Master of Forensic Science class at National University. It gave great details and innovative techniques in todays Forensic Crime Scene Photography. ... Read more


64. Legal Argumentation and Evidence
by Douglas N. Walton
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Asin: 0271021772
Catlog: Book (2002-11-01)
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press
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"Walton makes a significant contribution to the understanding of legal argumentation and to the concept of relevance in evidence law. He goes beyond formal logic and adds an analysis of abduction and plausible inference to fill gaps in what a deductive system can accomplish. The resulting theory provides an important insight into the relationships among the steps of a legal argument. The dialogue structure on which it is based should prove to be of great value in understanding strategy, either for the advocate, the evaluator of evidence, or the student of the legal process."—Kevin Saunders, University of Oklahoma Law School

"Legal Argumentation and Evidence is an original and important contribution not only to legal reasoning but also to the development of argumentation theory, critical thinking, and reasoning in general. It will be of interest to legal scholars but also to argumentation and reasoning theorists who want to keep abreast of the most recent developments in the field."—Hans V. Hansen, University of Windsor

A leading expert in informal logic, Douglas Walton turns his attention in this new book to how reasoning operates in trials and other legal contexts, with special emphasis on the law of evidence. The new model he develops, drawing on methods of argumentation theory that are gaining wide acceptance in computing fields like artificial intelligence, can be used to identify, analyze, and evaluate specific types of legal argument.

In contrast with approaches that rely on deductive and inductive logic and rule out many common types of argument as fallacious, Walton’s aim is to provide a more expansive view of what can be considered "reasonable" in legal argument when it is construed as a dynamic, rule-governed, and goal-directed conversation. This dialogical model gives new meaning to the key notions of relevance and probative weight, with the latter analyzed in terms of pragmatic criteria for what constitutes plausible evidence rather than truth. ... Read more


65. Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence 2003 - Seventh Edition
by Paul J. Liacos, Michael Avery
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Asin: 0735505322
Catlog: Book (1999-12-01)
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business Publishers
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence is the premier work in its field. This comprehensive and practical guide to the law of Massachusetts evidence gives you the latest case law and up-to-date information on all evidentiary matters, including:

* Relevance
* New kinds of scientific and statistical evidence
* Character evidence
* Admissibility of confessions
* Privileges and disqualifications
* Domestic Abuse Prevention Statute
* Expert testimony

With detailed reference to all significant Massachusetts and federal cases with a bearing on the law of evidence, this trial attorney's "bible" provides all the insightful analysis you need for practical, day-to-day use. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Should be on the desk of every Mass. lawyer.
The "Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence" is now in its seventh edition, and it only gets better each time. Brodin and Avery have done a fine job of updating this survey of evidence law in Massachusetts. In particular, their review of the law governing experts is particularly helpful at a time when experts are becoming central to many cases. Organized in a logical manner with an easy to use table of contents and comprehensive index, this is an excellent quick reference or starting point for research. Given the Commonwealth's reticence to enact rules of evidence, this handbook is the next best thing. ... Read more


66. Evidence Law: A Student's Guide to the Law of Evidence As Applied to American Trials (Hornbook Series Student Edition)
by Roger Park, David P. Leonard, Steven H. Goldberg
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Asin: 0314214755
Catlog: Book (1998-08-01)
Publisher: West Group Publishing
Sales Rank: 599459
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Written from an advocate’s perspective, this guide introduces how the courtroom operates and offers a glimpse into the environment that influences these rulings. Major cases and doctrines are discussed. Examples are given to develop a feel for the context in which a particular evidence problem might arise—and for the language lawyers and judges use to resolve it. Also explores the rationale and purpose behind each rule. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Good summary of evidence law
This book is an abridge of a voluminous treatise for practitoners. Yet, by great efforts by authors, this book becomes an excellent study guide for law students. I bought this book and a similar book, Mcormick's evidence, to understand my evidence case book, but this book was better, because Mcormick's evidence omits citation of cases. I recommend this book to understand evidence law case books. ... Read more


67. Genetic Testimony: A Guide to Forensic DNA Profiling
by Charlotte A. Spencer
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Asin: 013142338X
Catlog: Book (2003-07-14)
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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DNA Forensics explains the subject of modern DNA profiling in straightforward language, and is aimed at readers with little background in science or biotechnology. A valuable resource for people needing to be informed about the methods, uses, and shortcomings of DNA profiling, it introduces basic concepts of genetics and biotechnology in the context of one of the most important developments in modern criminal investigation.This book raises controversial questions about the uses and potential misuses of DNA forensics; and illustrates issues by presenting recent criminal cases involving DNA profiling.A useful reference for law offices, legal clinics, law enforcement, defense lawyers, prosecutors, judges and the media, as it provides basic explanations of the science of, and issues surrounding, DNA forensics. ... Read more


68. Women in Muslim Family Law (Contemporary Issues in the Middle East)
by John L. Esposito, Natana J. Delong-Bas
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Asin: 0815629087
Catlog: Book (2002-01-01)
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Invaluable and timely
Women In Muslim Family Law appears in its second edition to update information on family law reforms throughout the Middle East and Asia, presenting new insights on the diverse interpretations of Muslim family law in the region and including expanded sections handling key issues in Muslim religious and social life. Invaluable and timely. ... Read more


69. Ethics in Forensic Science and Medicine: Guidelines for the Forensic Expect and the Attorney
by Melvin A. Shiffman
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Asin: 0398070245
Catlog: Book (2000-02-01)
Publisher: Charles C. Thomas, Publisher Ltd
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This book provides an invaluable source of information for physicians and forensic scientists who are involved as expert witnesses in civil and criminal litigation. Manipulative and opportunistic lawyers can lead an unsuspecting scientific expert into a potentially dangerous situation that could result in personal embarrassment, professional organizational disciplinary action, or even formal legal charges. Areas of ethical behavior are identified for the forensic witness concerning their relationships with attorneys, other experts, and litigants. Specific topics include: (1) selection, regulation, and duties of the forensic expert; (2) litigation and legal matters, unethical conduct, fees, advertising, and publicity; (3) oral testimony, the expert-client relationship, confidentiality, contractural arrangements, scientific and demonstrative evidence; (4) practical issues for attorney preparation and the qualities and attitudes of medical experts. In addition, forensic aspects of alcoholism and drug abuse plus the use and abuse of forensic sciences are discussed, with an entire chapter devoted to the O. J. Simpson case.Finally, the book thoroughly emphasizes the importance of the Ethical Medicolegal Report and the Code of Professional and Ethical Conduct. This book may be used as a primary text for ethics examinations given by the American Board of Forensic Experts. ... Read more


70. Criminal Evidence
by John C. Klotter, Jefferson L. Ingram
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Catlog: Book (2003-11-01)
Publisher: Anderson Pub Co
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71. Statistical Science in the Courtroom
by Joseph L. Gastwirth
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Asin: 0387989978
Catlog: Book (2000-01-15)
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Sales Rank: 512947
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Expert testimony relying on scientific and other specialized evidence has come under increased scrutiny by the legal system. A trilogy of recent U. S. Supreme Court cases has assigned judges the task of assessing the relevance and reliability of proposed expert testimony. In conjunction with the Federal judiciary, the American Association for the Advancement of Science has initiated a project to provide judges indicating a need with their own expert. This concern with the proper interpretation of scientific evidence, especially that of a proabilistic nature, has also occurred in England, Australia and in several European countries. Statistical Science in the Courtroom is a collection of articles written by statisticians and legal scholars who have been concerned with problems arising in the use of statistical evidence. A number of articles describe DNA evidence and the difficulties of properly calculating the probability that a random individual's profile would "match" that of the evidence as well as the proper way to intrepret the result. In addition to the technical issues, several authors tell about their experiences in court. A few have become disenchanted with their involvement and describe the events that led them to devote less time to this application. Other articles describe the role of statistical evidence in cases concerning discrimination against minorities, product liability, environmental regulation, the appropriateness and fairness of sentences and how being involved in legal statistics has raised interesting statistical problems requiring further research. The book should be of interest to students, lawyers, and judges with a modest quantitative background as well as statisticians, epidemiologists, geneticists and legal evidence scholars desiring a survey of the area. It informs potential experts about the legal process and introduces them to potential ethical issues they may face. Joseph L. Gastwirth is Professor of Statistics and Economics at George Washington University. He is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship to support his research on statistical problems arising in the legal setting. He is the author of Statistical Reasoning in Law and Public Policy and over one hundred articles in statistical methodology and its applications. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars wonderful examples of statisticians being expert witnesses
Ever since the legal cases against the Census Bureau in 1980, statisticians have played a much more visible role testifying and providing depositions in legal cases. Due to the adversarial role lawyers play in trials we are seeing each side pit their expert statistician against the other. Many times the statistical evidence is confusing to the jury and/or the judges and the testimony tends to cancel out with verdicts being decided by other means. It is important to keep things simple. In the case about undercount adjustment for the Census in 1980, eminent statisticians argued on both sides. There was no right or wrong answer. Everything hinged on what statistical models you are willing to believe. Unfortunately, such cases revive the old adages that make statisticians kringe, "you can prove anything with statistics" and "lies, damn lies and statistics".

With the advent of DNA evidence, statisticians are asked to compute matching probablities to determine the likelihood that a suspect is the person whose DNA was found at the crime scene. The results can be overwhelming but even a statistician with expertise in DNA matching can be tripped up by clever high priced lawyers. Such was the case when Bruce Weir testified on national television in the O. J. Simpson case.

Joe Gastwirth has contributed to the statistical research applied to legal problems over the past 20 years at least and he has published a book on the subject. In this volume, he compiles a number of case stories and statistical issues in legal cases told by many very capable statisticians including Alan Izenman, Jay Kadane, Bruce Weir, Seymour Geisser, Don Rubin, Joe Gastwirth himself,David Pollard and Scott Zeger. These are all fascinating tales that will especially be appreciated by lawyers and statisticians. But this is also worthwhile reading for the general public. Read the preface, where Gastwirth gives you a synopsis of these articles.

One of my favorites is the article by Seymour Geisser who tells a sad tale about how statistical issues relating to problems in the analysis of DNA evidence is covered up by the FBI. This is taken to the extent of influencing the refereeing process for journal publications, a shocking tale!

Unfortunately even though DNA evidence can be as conclusive as a fingerprint, human error in processing the evidence can create doubt about the matching process or even pursuade a jury that evidence was planted or a defendant frame. Such things are possible and defense lawyers now exist who are up to the task of creating such doubt as was done masterfully by Johnny Cochran and Barry Scheck in the O.J. trial. ... Read more


72. Classifying Criminal Offenders with the MMPI-2: The Megargee System
by Edwin I. Megargee, Joyce L. Carbonell, Martin J., Jr. Bohn, Greta L. Sliger, Martin J. Bohn
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Asin: 0816630453
Catlog: Book (2001-06-01)
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
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Psychology

An essential resource for employing this widely used personality assessment test in correctional settings.

Originally developed in the 1970s and now revised for the MMPI-2, the Megargee System provides a method for classifying criminal offenders into groups based on their MMPI-2 profiles. This empirically derived system has been investigated in a wide variety of criminal justice settings including corrections, probation, and parole. It has been tested in minimum, medium, and maximum federal, state, and military correctional institutions, in local jails, in halfway houses, and in forensic mental health units. Its use has been extended to female offenders, older men, and juvenile delinquents. Integrating thirty years of research, this new resource fully evaluates the reliability, validity, sources, and uses of the Megargee system.

Classifying Criminal Offenders with the MMPI-2 describes how the system was originally derived and validated and gives instructions on how to classify the original MMPI and MMPI-2 profiles of male and female criminal offenders. It integrates the findings of more than one hundred independent studies with previously unpublished original research investigating the characteristics of each of the system's empirically derived male and female types. On the basis of these data, the authors recommend the optimal settings, change agents, and treatment programs for each type of offender.

As the basic reference work on the MMPI-2 Megargee system, this volume will be an essential resource for criminal justice practitioners, psychologists interested in the MMPI-2, and researchers in criminal classification and personality assessment.

Edwin I. Megargee is professor of psychology at Florida State University and recognized as the foremost expert on the use of the MMPI instruments in correctional settings. Joyce L. Carbonell is professor of psychology at Florida State University. Martin J. Bohn Jr. is chief psychologist at Florida State Hospital. Greta L. Sliger is a clinical psychologist in Tallahassee, Florida. ... Read more


73. Advances in the Dempster-Shafer Theory of Evidence
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Catlog: Book (1994-02)
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Builds on classical probability theory and offers an extremely workable solution to the many problems of artificial intelligence, concentrating on the rapidly growing areas of fuzzy reasoning and neural computing. Contains a collection of previously unpublished articles by leading researchers in the field. ... Read more


74. California Evidence Code 2003
by West Staff
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Catlog: Book (2002-12-01)
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75. Problems, Cases, and Materials on Evidence (Casebook)
by Eric D. Green, Charles R. Nesson, Peter L. Murray
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Asin: 0735519838
Catlog: Book (2001-01-01)
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
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1-0 out of 5 stars Perhaps the least useful casebook on Evidence
All law students know that casebooks vary in utility, both for students, and practioners. My Criminal Procedure casebook, for example, was perfectly organized, beautifully cross referenced, and still remains part of my bookshelf, even as a practicing lawyer.

Green and Nesson's casebook on Evidence is everything that a casebook should not be. First, there are extremely few cases. The authors instead give the students "exercises" or "problems" to solve. Such exercises might be useful with the most organized and detail-oriented of evidence professors, but alas, most law faculty are anything but (and I speak as one who attended a Top 5 law school). The end result is that one never discovers the "answer" to any of these exercises. And due to the lack of cases, one never finds out what various courts would consider the "answer" to be either.

Evidence is almost a purely rule-based field. And most state evidentiary rules are now modeled on the federal rules of evidence. My advice, if one's professor has decided to use this particular casebook, would be to examine the rules carefully, and to purchase an evidence hornbook as an accompaniment. Otherwise one will have no idea what to do when it actually comes time to take the exam, the bar, or litigate in a courtroom. ... Read more


76. Evidence Collection
by Joseph Vince
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Catlog: Book (2005-03)
Publisher: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.
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The handbook is designed to serve as a quick reference on effective procedures for the collection, preservation, and transmittal of evidence for examination, analysis, and presentation at the time of prosecution. ... Read more


77. Siegel's Evidence: Essay and Multiple-Choice Questions and Answers (Siegel's Series)
by Brian N. Siegel
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Catlog: Book (1998-10-01)
Publisher: Emanuel Pub Corp
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent practice for both law school and Bar Exam
This book contains 24 essay questions and model answers. In addition, it has 103 multiple choice questions that are similar to those on the multistate bar examination. Each question explains why the answer is correct and the other possible choices are wrong. The tricky hearsay exceptions were were explained. ... Read more


78. Sum & Substance Quick Review on Evidence
by Steven Goode, Steven J. Goode
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Catlog: Book (2003-10)
Publisher: West Group
Sales Rank: 238040
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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This law school study tool is designed to use in class or when preparing for final exams. The Capsule Summary outlines each section with a clear and concise explanation of legal concepts and terms, along with exam hints, strategies, mnemonics, charts, tables and study tips. Self-testing and diagnostic review questions facilitate your application of legal concepts. Also provides Case Squibs, which are capsule summaries of significant cases identifying important facts, primary issues and relevant law. Essay and multiple choice questions, model answers, and detailed explanations help you prepare. All answers are cross-referenced to the relevant outline sections. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Veryfasttalkingprofessorthatyoucannotunderstand
I know what the first guy was talking about. I'm in my last semester and evidence is my last exam. I have always used audio lectures to prepare for exams and the Sum & Substance series has always been good. But this one is horrendous. This is not a professor giving a lecture, this is an auctioneer selling cattle. I never imagined someone could speak so fast. Sometimes his talking becomes just a rapid-fire spurt of syllables and he sounds much like a machine gun. There's no time to take notes or think about what he's saying. Avoid these tapes.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is GREAT
I don't know what the last guy is talking about-- I bought these tapes because Evidence was my last exam and driving home for Thanksgivings I felt like it would be a good time to spend a little time on it. Because so many people had rec'd these tapes I bought them on my way out of town. I'm not into booktapes, but after it got through the first 10 minutes and picked up a little--- everything fell together! I wouldn't necessarily say listen before you have a grasp on anything. But I think that its a GREAT review for exams!! It made so many things make more sense and clarified a lot of issues.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do yourself a favor and do not buy these tapes!
If this is the best professor of evidence, I cannot imagine who is the worst.I am a 3L and I do not think I have heard a worse lecture of any subject in two years of law school.

The Professor sounds like he is reading the lecture from a script on evidence at a pace of about 150 MPH.There is literally no time to reflect on anything that is being said in the lecture.The only pauses on the tape come when the Professor chokes on his candy which you can here him chewing on throughout the lecture.Do yourself a favor and DO NOT buy the Sum and Substance Evidence Tapes with Professor Goode.

I gave the lecture one star because there was not a lower rating. ... Read more


79. Science in Court (Issues in Law and Society)
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Catlog: Book (1999-01-01)
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing
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80. Scientific Evidence and Expert Testimony Handbook: A Guide for Lawyers, Criminal Investigators and Forensic Specialists
by Ronald F. Becker
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Asin: 0398067627
Catlog: Book (1997-06-01)
Publisher: C.C. Thomas
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