This audiobook will let you learn and review the core elements of federal evidence rules which apply in most states and local districts as well. Morton covers the 11 important areas: General Provisions, Judicial Notice, Presumptions, Relevancy, Privileges, Witnesses, Opinions & Expert Testimony, Hearsay, Authentication & Identification, Contents of WritingRecordingsPhotos & Miscellaneous Rules. A must listen for every law student, lawyer, and people interested in the law or involved in legal cases.
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Yes to Ben Morton, no t D. Brown. The content was good but listening to the reader was a chore.
No thank you.
As a 2nd year law student coming up on midterm exams, it was nice to listen to this content as review.
The narrator sounds drunk throughout the recording. I did not expect a life altering reading or insight into the FRE; however, the narrator was ridiculous. I actually laughed out loud a few times.
I've heard of "Drunk History" but Drunk FRE is a new one....
No one trying to ace a law school exam would appreciate this.
This was really frustrating because the narrator is clearly reading straight out of the Rules of Evidence, word for word, and has trouble saying some of the words therein. There is no use of dramatic emphasis, reiterating particularly important provisions, or paraphrasing less important information.
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