Available online through Westlaw Study Aids. "This Outline provides you with what we might call a roadmap for the subject. You can use this Outline with any of the major evidence coursebooks. It covers evidentiary principles applicable in all states, but places special emphasis on the Federal Rules of Evidence because they are the source of evidence law for federal courts and 45 out of the 50 states."
Comprised of five distinct volumes which comprehensively cover the evidentiary issues in litigation. Each volume includes a table of authorities, table of cases, and table of statutes. Volumes include: Evidence of Other Misconduct and Similar Events, Evidentiary Privileges, Expert Evidence, Impeachment & Rehabilitation, and Selected Rules of Limited Admissibility.
Edward J. Imwinkelried, 2020. "All major evidentiary doctrines, providing for each doctrine: a brief description of the pertinent Federal Rules of Evidence and the most recent leading cases construing the Rules; a list of foundational elements-the events and facts you need to lay a complete foundation; and an illustrative foundation showing how each question relates to a particular element of the foundation."
This is a subsection of the Federal Practice & Procedure treatise and provides comprehensive and authoritative coverage of all aspects of federal civil, criminal and appellate procedure. Also includes expert commentary, citations to primary law, and practice guides like the Federal Practice Deskbook.
Organized by rule, i.e. each chapter discusses one rule, for quick reference and includes a Table of State and Military Adaptations, which summarizes the provisions of the evidence law of those jurisdictions and identifies important differences between the federal rules and the state adaptations.
Designed to help counsel strategically analyze the issues involved in the introduction of and objection to particular evidence. Federal Evidence Tactics is an excellent tactical companion to Weinstein's Federal Evidence.
Westlaw. "Contains the full text of Illinois Motions in Limine, which furnishes a practical and informative survey of motions in limine practice in Illinois by identifying specific authorities to be used in the exclusion of evidence via the motion in limine and providing sample motions."