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by J.M. Pellicciotti

eBook Handbook on Basic Trial Evidence download ISBN: 081914830X
Author: J.M. Pellicciotti
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield (July 15, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 262
ePub: 1444 kb
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Category: Act
Subcategory: Rules and Procedures

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This book", says Professor Pellicciotti, "is designed to meet the needs of those students in criminal justice, paralegal, legal studies, business law, and legal environment of business courses, who need a basic understanding of the courts and evidence processing

This book", says Professor Pellicciotti, "is designed to meet the needs of those students in criminal justice, paralegal, legal studies, business law, and legal environment of business courses, who need a basic understanding of the courts and evidence processing. This work is not intended as a law school textbook. Rather, the book focuses on the Federal Rules of Evidence.

Pellicciotti, Joseph M. Publication date. Bristol, IN : Wyndham Hall Press.

ISBN13:9780819167163. Release Date:December 1987.

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