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Evidence LIT7210

Evidence deals with seeking the truth; it examines the process we use to determine the truth at trial, a particularly high-stakes context. The fundamental questions of relevance and reliability advance this goal. Evidence law considers the rules governing the admissibility of testimonial, physical, documentary, and demonstrative evidence in trials and other formal legal proceedings. Topics considered include relevance, prejudice, competency, hearsay, opinion, impeachment, and privilege. 


**Note; Students in the online section of Evidence MUST buy either a new copy of the textbook OR a used copy of the text book as well as the digital code for online modules for $50 through the online learning library (link is below).

Learning Library to Accompany Merritt and Simmons's Learning Evidence: From the Federal Rules to the Courtroom, 4th (westacademic.com)


Learning Evidence 5th Edition