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NCJ Number: 43499 Find in a Library
Title: RULES OF EVIDENCE
Author(s): G T FELKENESGUNNERSON E
Editor(s): E GUNNERSON
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 222
Sponsoring Agency: Delmar Publishers
Albany, NY 12212
Sale Source: Delmar Publishers
2 Computer Drive West
Box 15-015
Albany, NY 12212
United States of America
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS TEXT PROVIDES A WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF EVIDENCE AND PROOF FOR ALL CAREER AREAS OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND IS DESIGNED FOR THE BEGINNING LAW ENFORCEMENT STUDENT OR PRACTITIONER.
Abstract: EACH UNIT DEALS WITH AN IDENTIFIABLE TOPIC. THE MATERIAL RANGES FROM THE BASIC CONSIDERATION OF RELEVANCY THROUGH QUALIFICATIONS OF WITNESSES TO SPECIFIC EVIDENTIAL PROBLEMS. LEGAL JARGON AND CASE CITATIONS ARE KEPT TO A MINIMUM. THE REASONING BEHIND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RULES OF EVIDENCE HELPS THE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER UNDERSTAND THEIR APPLICATION TO ACTUAL SITUATIONS. CITED CASES PROVIDE AN INDEPTH STUDY OF THE RULES OF EVIDENCE IN GENERAL USE IN THE UNITED STATES. THE TEXT INCLUDES REVIEW QUESTIONS AT THE END OF EACH UNIT. (FOR COMPANION INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE, SEE NCJ-43498).
Index Term(s): Course materials; Education; Evidence; Police legal training; Rules of evidence; Trial procedures; Witnesses
Note: DELMAR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERIES
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