This comprehensive handbook reviews relevant common law, the Federal Rules of Evidence, and federal statutes. Topics covered include procedural aspects, admissability, sufficiency, scientific evidence, character and habit evidence, exclusionary rules, and the various hearsay exceptions.
This looseleaf reference work for Ohio practitioners includes: sample foundational questions, jury instructions on evidentiary matters, annotations to Ohio reported and unreported cases, Federal Rules, and the complete Ohio Rules of Evidence. The volume integrates the Ohio Rules with Revised Code provisions on evidence and Ohio common law precedents.
This treatise comprehensively covers issues of scientific evidence and discusses frequently encountered types of scientific evidence. Modern scientific methodology is examined, including: laser techniques for visualizing fingerprints, electrophoresis, hypnotic enhancement of memory, voiceprints, and scanning electron microscopy.