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. Rule 441 of the federal rules of civil procedure rule 261 of the federal rules of criminal procedure these two new admirably designed rules are founded upon the assumption that the manner in which law is fed into the judicial process is never a proper concern of the rules of evidence but rather of the rules of procedure. Start studying federal rules of evidence 2015 2016 edition learn vocabulary terms and more with flashcards games and other study tools. 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 eleventh edition introduces detailed analysis of recent amendments to federal rules of evidence 801 and 803 concerning hearsay it also provides up to date coverage of united states supreme court cases such as 2014s warger v
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