How to handle evidence like seasoned counsel
This publication is essential for: all civil and criminal lawyers who take cases to trial
Current to: September 1, 2020
Evidentiary issues can arise at any time in your civil or criminal law case and you often need quick access to recent law and guidance on how to introduce or object to particular evidence. Introducing Evidence at Trial: A British Columbia Handbook (4th ed.) is your trial companion, offering you access to clear statements of the rules of evidence, practice pointers and strategies for leading different types of evidence, and checklists and scripts to help you in the courtroom.
With this resource, you will be able to:
- understand the evidentiary proof you need in your case and spot weaknesses in the other party's case
- better understand the rules of evidence and use them effectively in your case
- more effectively argue for the admission or exclusion of evidence
- confidently lead and object to evidence in a trial
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Highlights of the 4th edition include:
- all content now current to September 1, 2020
- new chapters covering Character Evidence and Electronic Evidence
- significant structural revisions to several chapters, including Wiretap Evidence, Subpoenas, Certificate Evidence, and Exclusion of Evidence
- new discussion on, among others, limitations on the admissibility of admissions, the future of interpreter practice based on emerging technology, circumstances where a case may be reopened prior to the conclusion of trial to adduce further evidence, and the role of the courts in changing "courtroom culture"
- new commentary and references added, covering over 500 cases from all levels of court
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