This guide, while not comprehensive, provides a listing of the more important, current and relevant materials available in the area of evidence. Please contact Reference Librarian, Heather Casey at (804) 289-8727, for further assistance.
Call Number: KF8840 .W69 (also available on Westlaw)
Multi-volume treatise covering all aspects of federal civil, criminal and appellate procedure, including rules of procedure and evidence, the federal judicial system, jurisdiction of all federal courts, venue, removal of cases, res judicata, relation of state and federal courts, multidistrict litigation, and more.
Call Number: KF8935 .W39 1997 (also available on Lexis)
Multi-volume set covering the Federal Rules of Evidence and offering a concise guide to the practical and theoretical information required in the court. This set provides an overview of legislative history, extensive analysis of evidentiary topics including judicial notice, presumptions, expert testimony and hearsay, as well as citations to federal cases. This treatise also offers a table of states that have adopted the Federal Rules of Evidence.
This modern day compilation includes four distinct volumes which comprehensively cover the evidentiary issues in litigation. Volumes include Expert Evidence, Evidentiary Privileges, Evidence of Other Misconduct, and Selected Rules of Limited Admissibility. Each volume includes a table of authorities, table of cases and table of statutes.
This book covers all major evidentiary doctrines, providing for each doctrine. It offers a brief description of each Federal Rule of Evidence and the most recent leading cases construing the Rules. It also lists the elements needed to meet each rule with an illustrative passage showing how each question or item relates to a particular element of a doctrine.
This comprehensive guide presents each federal rule of evidence in the order it appears. Each rule is followed by expert commentary explaining the concepts underlying the rule. The relationship between each rule is also discussed. The current edition is on reserve behind the circulation desk but older versions can be check out from the stacks.
This book is a concise treatment of all issues relating to the use of electronic information in litigation today. It offers extensive treatment of questions of preservation, search for and production of electronically stored information, as well as the ethical issues faces by lawyers in managing all of this information. The book also discusses how electronic information can be produced in court and how the federal rules can be and have been adopted to accommodate digital evidence.