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Test Bank (Download Now) For Criminal Evidence 8th Edition By Garland

Test Bank (Download Now) For Criminal Evidence 8th Edition By Norman Garland

ISBN10: 1259920607, ISBN13: 9781259920608

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Garland: Criminal Evidence, 8e
PREFACE
CHAPTER 1: Introduction to the Law of Evidence and the Pretrial Process
CHAPTER 2: The Trial Process
CHAPTER 3: Evidence – Basic Concepts
CHAPTER 4: Witnesses – Competency and Privileged Communications
CHAPTER 5: Witnesses – Lay and Expert
CHAPTER 6: Credibility and Impeachment
CHAPTER 7: The Hearsay Rule
CHAPTER 8: Opposing Party’s Statements (Admissions) and Confessions
CHAPTER 9: The Exclusionary Rule – Search and Seizure
CHAPTER 10: Exclusionary Rule – Identification Procedures
CHAPTER 11: Circumstantial Evidence
CHAPTER 12: Documentary Evidence and the Right of Discovery
CHAPTER 13: Physical Evidence
CHAPTER 14: Photographic, Recorded, and Computer-Generated Evidence
CHAPTER 15: How to Testify Effectively
GLOSSARY
PHOTO CREDITS
CASE INDEX
SUBJECT INDEX

About the Author

Norman Garland

Norman M. Garland is a professor of law at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, where he teaches evidence, constitutional criminal procedure, advanced criminal procedure, and trial advocacy. He received his B.S.B.A. from Northwestern University, his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law, and his L.L.M. from Georgetown Law Center where he was an E. Barrett Prettyman Fellow in trial advocacy. Professor Garland is a member of the Illinois, District of Columbia, and California Bars. He has had 10 years of trial experience as a criminal defense attorney, mainly in federal felony cases. In 1968, he joined the faculty of Northwestern University School of Law where he helped establish the Northwestern University Legal Clinic. He joined the faculty of Southwestern Law School in 1975 to help establish the Southwestern Conceptual Approach to Legal Education (SCALE). In the mid-1980s, he spent two summers as a deputy district attorney in Ventura County, California, where he gained experience as a prosecutor. He is coauthor of Advanced Criminal Procedure in a Nutshell (2d ed., West 2006), Criminal Evidence (6th ed., McGraw-Hill 2010), and Exculpatory Evidence (3d ed., LexisNexis 2004). He has also authored a number of computer interactive lessons for law students available through the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI).