Evidence Law in the United States
The Evidence Law entries and resources of the Encyclopedia of Law provides coverage of all evidence federal and state rules, with expert analysis and links to related cases. Changes to this area of law have implications for attorneys in every practice area, making the Evidence Law entries and resources of the Encyclopedia of Law the perfect complement to our General Litigation entries and resources content.
Evidence Law entries and resources of the Encyclopedia of Law provide practical guidance on such evidence law issues as admissibility, relevancy, privileges, witnesses, hearsay, scientific evidence and expert testimony:
- Guide of Evidence, a comprehensive online authority on rules of evidence (federal and all 50 states) and the common law, providing analysis and links to related cases.
- Scientific Evidence, a how-to guide for preparing your scientific information for trial, getting it into evidence and finding an expert
- Dictionary of Evidence scientific terms
- Destruction of Evidence entries, with analysis of the laws governing destruction of evidence as well as procedural issues, from discovery sanctions and the spoliation inference to routine destruction and appellate review
- Evidence Practice and Rules, about entries the litigators need for citing cases, justifying objections and supporting offers of proof, planning litigation strategy and analyzing or weighing evidence.
- Evidence Experts Guidance
State coverage includes:
- Connecticut Evidence
- California Evidence
- Illinois Evidence
- Texas Evidence
- Massachusetts Evidence
- New York Evidence
- Pennsylvania Evidence