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Publication Date: 1997
Publisher: Practising Law Institute
Edna Wells Handy, Edna Wells Handy
More than 17,000 litigators are using this unique chart--are you? Order several copies--one for each litigator in your office. This four-page, fold-out chart, a topical summary of the Rules, includes a list of 150 possible objections categorized for instant reference and a checklist of the exact steps, in proper order, for introducing exhibits into evidence. Printed on special, latex-coated paper to withstand heavy use, this chart was designed for use as a ready reference in the courtroom.Edna Wells Handy is the author of 'You Can Pass Any Bar Exam (1 ed)', published 1997 under ISBN 9780872241053 and ISBN 087224105X.
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