This handbook includes the text of the federal rules of evidence including amendments in effect december 1 2016 absent congressional action the handbook also includes selected legislative history the advisory committee notes to the rules and to the amendments to the federal rules of evidence. The federal rules of evidence are a set of rules that governs the introduction of evidence at civil and criminal trials in united states federal trial courts the current rules were initially passed by congress in 1975 after several years of drafting by the supreme court. A witness may testify to a matter only if evidence is introduced sufficient to support a finding that the witness has personal knowledge of the matter evidence of prove personal knowledge may consist of the witnesss own testimony this rule does not apply to a witnesss expert testimony under rule 703. A handy pocket version of the federal rules of evidence 5 x 8 as amended through january 1 2016 a perfect quick reference for your desk or briefcase for both attorneys and law school students. A handy pocket version of the federal rules of evidence 5 x 8 as amended through january 1 2016 a perfect quick reference for your desk or briefcase for both attorneys and law school students
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