Social Law is pleased to announce that the 2015 edition of the Massachusetts Guide to Evidence is now available. Our members may call, email, or visit the Library to borrow a copy. The 2015 Guide is published by the Flaschner Judicial Institute, which is affiliated with of the Social Law Library. The Flaschner Institute will be distributing copies to every Massachusetts state judge. Trial lawyers wishing to purchase the book may do so via this link on the Institute’s website: http://www.flaschner.org/publications/
While the Massachusetts Guide to Evidence is updated each year, the 2015 Edition is a major new revision with a great deal of new and updated material authorized by the SJC Evidence Committee. There are crucial new sections covering opening statements and closing arguments, plus important additions and revisions regarding expert testimony, exclusions of evidence, eyewitnesses, character evidence and much more. You'll want this new 2015 edition in hand, because large portions of the older versions of the Guide will now be outdated.
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