Product - Carlson on Evidence: Comparing the Georgia and Federal Rules, 5th Edition 2017
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Carlson on Evidence: Comparing the Georgia and Federal Rules, 5th Edition 2017 170030
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    ALL SALES ARE FINAL, NO RETURNS ACCEPTED. CD INCLUDED. In 2014, Georgia adopted its new evidence code, patterned after the federal rules of evidence. Almost immediately, there was a divide among legal observers. Many remained fxated on pre-2013 Georgia evidence authority. Others, like ICLE’s Carlson on Evidence, provided readers with expansive federal authority to apply to Georgia’s new evidence code. In a series of dramatic 2015 decisions, the Georgia Supreme Court resolved the issue. Federal case law—the Eleventh Circuit’s in particular—should be used to interpret Georgia’s new and federalized evidence provisions. Notable Georgia Court of Appeals decisions have aligned with this approach. Since its frst edition, Carlson on Evidence has focused on com-prehensive, rule-by-rule, comparative examination of Georgia’s new evidence code and its federal counterpart. In its fourth edition, Carlson on Evidence has expanded its unparalleled content even further with a wide array of 2016 Georgia and Federal evidence authority and analysis. NEW FEATURES IN FIFTH EDITION •Over 300 new case cites to Georgia and Federal evidence decisions; •Georgia Supreme Court decisions on character evidence under Rule 404(b); •Impactful 2016 Georgia hearsay decisions; •New Georgia cases on impeachment and character evidence; •2016 Georgia and Federal opinions applying the Daubert rule for expert witnesses. Make sure your law library, trial notebook, and appellate binder have the latest edition of ICLE’s Carlson on Evidence..
 
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