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Evidentiary Foundations, 11th Edition

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The 11th Edition of Evidentiary Foundations by Edward J. Imwinkelried is now available on LexisNexis Digital Library. This evidence treatise provides sample lines of questioning that demonstrate how to lay the foundation for admitting various kinds of evidence. It also offers a brief description of the Federal Rules of Evidence.

New for the 11th Edition is a subsection covering the authentication of printouts of records maintained on a blockchain. The new edition also introduces coverage on the doctrine of objective chances and the December 2019 amendment to Rule 807 (residual hearsay exception).

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