How to handle evidence like seasoned counsel
This publication is essential for: all litigators looking for information on evidentiary matters.
Current to: October 1, 2016
Knowing the rules of evidence and a careful refresher before each trial is essential to a litigator’s success. Rather than concentrating on theory, Introducing Evidence at Trial is your resource for dealing with evidentiary procedure in civil or criminal trials in BC. Written and reviewed by esteemed judges and litigators, this portable handbook includes detailed discussion of each type of evidence or procedure accompanied by practice pointers, checklists of important considerations, and model scripts.
With this resource, you will be able to:
- improve your ability in introducing and controlling evidence at trial
- spot problems with evidentiary proof you might otherwise overlook in your or opposing counsel’s case
- quickly access evidentiary rules during trial to manage unexpected evidence or witness behavior
Subscribe and increase your courtroom capabilities today!
Highlights of the third edition:
- all commentary and practice points are current to October 1, 2016
- a new chapter on exclusion of evidence
- analysis of significant cases decided since the second edition (2012)
- consolidation of the full text of the Canada Evidence Act and the British Columbia Evidence Act
CLEBC Legal Editor
Laura C. Selby