Research Evidence Practice on the Jenkins Member Databases

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Evidence can be an important part of the legal process. Court rules guide evidence practice in the federal courts as well as in Pennsylvania courts.

For Jenkins members looking for more information on evidence practice, check out the following titles on our Member Databases:

On the LexisNexis Digital Library:

On the West Academic Digital Library:

On Treatises on Fastcase (from Browse Libraries, go to Secondary Materials > Commentary > Treatises and Books > Wolters Kluwer > Evidence Law Library):

        • Destruction of Evidence
        • Evidence: Practice under the Rules
        • Wigmore on Evidence

Looking for more resources for evidence practice? Check out our Evidence and Discovery research guide or Ask us!

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