The sixth edition of Evidence Problems and Materials is an even better “learning by doing” book than before. It includes a broader variety of context to help promote deeper learning, such as “practical tips” and “background box” components. Further, given that the major context of evidence law is the trial, students are given sample objections with which to apply the rules they are learning.
The book continues to offer students various structures to help frame the major areas of evidence law, such as outlines at the beginning of each chapter and reviews at the end. These “bookends” guide students to better organize and synthesize the material. This edition also reworks the ever growing material of the Confrontation Clause, while continuing to be distinctive in highlighting ethical considerations concerning lawyers and the use of evidence.
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