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Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 2018 Edition

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure  2018 Edition Author L. L. C. HSE Publishing Co., LLC
ISBN-10 1981372482
Release 2017-12-15
Pages 384
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This 2018 edition contains both the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Advisory Committee Notes with amendments effective December 1, 2017. The Advisory Committee Notes are extremely useful in understanding and interpreting the Rules. Purchase the paperback in this highly rated series and get the Kindle edition for only $1.99.



Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure 2017

Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure 2017 Author Evgenia Naumchenko
ISBN-10 1549604031
Release 2017-08-27
Pages 443
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This if Florida Rules Of Criminal Procedure with all the Amendments up to August 27 2017



Model Rules of Professional Conduct

Model Rules of Professional Conduct Author ABA Center for Professional Conduct
ISBN-10 1604425172
Release 2009
Pages 209
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The Model Rules of Professional Conduct offers timely information on lawyer ethics. The black-letter Rules of Professional Conduct are followed by numbered Comments that explain each Rule's purpose and provide suggestions for its practical application. The Rules help lawyers identify proper conduct in a variety of given situations, review those instances where discretionary action is possible, and define the nature of the lawyer's relationship with clients, colleagues, and the courts.



Florida Trial Objections

Florida Trial Objections Author Charles W. Ehrhardt
ISBN-10 0314612270
Release 2012
Pages 274
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Florida Trial Objections has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Florida Trial Objections also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Florida Trial Objections book for free.



Trawick s Florida Practice and Procedure

Trawick s Florida Practice and Procedure Author Henry P. Trawick
ISBN-10 0314633200
Release 2015
Pages 724
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Trawick s Florida Practice and Procedure has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Trawick s Florida Practice and Procedure also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Trawick s Florida Practice and Procedure book for free.



Florida Evidence Courtroom Manual 2017 Edition

Florida Evidence Courtroom Manual  2017 Edition Author A. J. Stephani
ISBN-10 9781522135494
Release 2017-06-02
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​Written by A.J. Stephani and Glen Weissenberger, two widely respected evidence scholars, Florida Evidence Courtroom Manual provides quick, authoritative information for evidentiary questions arising in the course of trials and hearings. Features include: • Complete coverage of the Florida Evidence Code • Summaries of recent significant Florida cases interpreting each section • Illustrations demonstrating the proper handling of evidentiary issues • In-depth analysis of current issues, trends, and new developments in the law of evidence • Complete tables of leading cases; • Updated annually



The Bluebook

The Bluebook Author
ISBN-10 LCCN:92643356
Release 1991
Pages 343
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The Bluebook has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Bluebook also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Bluebook book for free.



Evidence in Florida

Evidence in Florida Author The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education
ISBN-10 9781522139942
Release 2018-06-01
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Evidence in Florida offers a practical, contemporary approach to the law of evidence. Experienced practitioners, judges, and law professors share their expertise in all aspects of the gathering and presentation of evidence in Florida courts. The updated and expanded Eleventh Edition includes: Updated case law, statutes, and rules and regulations. Hot Topics: Discussion of the Florida Supreme Court’s decision declining to adopt the Daubert standard under F.S. 90.702 to the extent that it is procedural. In reAmendments to Florida Evidence Code, 210 So.3d 1231 (Fla. 2017). Florida Supreme Court’s decision regarding the retroactive application (or lack thereof) of the Daubert standard. Anderson v. State, 220 So.3d 1133 (Fla. 2017). Florida Supreme Court’s opinion regarding F.S. 90.404(1) and opening the door to impeachment with otherwise inadmissible collateral crime evidence. Brookins v. State, 228 So.3d 31 (Fla. 2017). Florida Supreme Court’s recent application of F.S. 90.403’s balancing test in Kirkman v. State, 233 So.3d 456 (Fla. 2018) and Truehill v. State, 211 So.3d 930 (Fla. 2017). Florida Supreme Court’s opinion regarding how otherwise inadmissible evidence can become admissible through rebuttal testimony due to a criminal defendant’s opening the door. Tundidor v. State, 221 So.3d 587 (Fla. 2017). Florida Supreme Court’s declining to extend Boecher interrogatories to allow discovery of a financial relationship between nonparties and a plaintiff’s expert. Worley v. Central Florida Young Men’s Christian Ass’n, Inc., 228 So.3d 18 (Fla. 2017). The presentation and admissibility of electronic evidence and “Emoji law.” Electronic evidence and authentication issues as it relates to webpage capture.



Florida Constitutional Law

Florida Constitutional Law Author John Frederick Cooper
ISBN-10 1611630843
Release 2013
Pages 852
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Florida Constitutional Law, a casebook used in Florida since 1992, is now in its fifth edition. Authors Cooper, Dunham and Woody include the functions of a state constitution and how the Florida constitution is amended; separation of power issues; the major constitutional limits on legislative power; the constitutional jurisdiction of Florida courts, as well as the separation of powers limits on the courts that resemble the Article III limits on federal judicial power; units of local government and their relationship to the state and each other; the major constitutional limitations on taxation and borrowing; a selected review of various provisions of the Declaration of Rights, including Florida¿s privacy guarantee (which is far more extensive than privacy under the United States Constitution); and Florida's homestead provision. The authors have made this edition more user friendly than the fourth edition and have created an accompanying teacher¿s manual.



Florida Evidence Code 2017

Florida Evidence Code 2017 Author Hse Publishing Co.
ISBN-10 1542306906
Release 2017-01-05
Pages 82
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This book contains Title VII of the Florida Statutes: Chapter 90 (Evidence Code) and Chapter 92 (Witnesses, Records & Documents). This book is current through October 1, 2016.



Florida Family Law Practice

Florida Family Law   Practice Author Renee Goldenberg
ISBN-10 9781945421839
Release 2018-06-01
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REVISION 11 HIGHLIGHTS Highlights of new material in this edition of Florida Family Law and Practice include: The Florida Supreme Court implements standalone Family Law Rules of Procedure, effective March 16, 2017. With a few exceptions, the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure no longer apply in family law cases. Effective July 1, 2017, the Florida Supreme Court adopts Rule Regulating the Florida Bar 4-1.9 and Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.745 both addressing the Collaborative Law Process. A California home, transferred by a husband and wife before dissolution to a revocable trust with wife as sole trustee was not marital property subject to equitable distribution. The standard for reviewing a trial court’s determination of whether property was an interspousal gift subject to equitable distribution is competent, substantial evidence. The Fourth DCA refuses to recognize a former wife’s tort claim that her former husband’s employer engaged in fraudulent conduct after the final judgment of dissolution that falsely depressed the former husband’s income to limit his child support obligation. Father’s complaint against health care providers alleging battery and intentional interference with parent-child relationship was properly dismissed; health care providers may render medical care on one parent’s consent. District courts of appeal conflict concerning whether the results of a DNA test fulfill the requirement of “newly discovered evidence” for purposes of disestablishing paternity. A Florida court was required to enforce a Colorado order regarding grandparents’ visitation even though entry of a similar order by a Florida court would be prohibited by the Florida Constitution. The Florida Supreme Court declines to adopt the “Daubert amendment” to section 90.702, Florida Statutes, due to constitutional concerns that must be addressed in the context of a proper case or controversy. Wife’s pro se reply to husband’s petition for dissolution of marriage constituted both an answer and a counter-petition. Preparing and attaching child support guidelines to a child support agreement is no longer optional; the parties cannot waive the requirement. Trial court rendered a child support modification order when it filed the order with the clerk of court, not when it signed the order one week earlier, so as to trigger the 10-day period for the Department of Revenue (DOR) to file a motion to vacate the Hearing Officer’s recommended order. The trial court erred in awarding wife no portion of husband’s pension based on its de minimis value; over course of ten years, payout of marital portion of pension would have been roughly $21,600. A law firm was entitled to a charging lien against marital assets awarded to husband where the firm and husband had a written agreement providing for the lien, even though husband would have been entitled to a share of marital assets without the law firm’s representation. Attorneys’ fees may not be awarded against the new spouse of a former spouse. District courts of appeal conflict over whether the trial court has authority to award attorney’s fees pursuant to section 57.105, Florida Statutes, in a domestic violence proceeding. Receding from its prior opinion, the Fourth DCA granted the father attorney’s fees in a paternity action pursuant to section 742.045, Florida Statutes conditioned on a showing of need and ability to pay on remand to the trial court. Former wife could not be ordered to pay former husband’s fees and costs simply because she refused to settle the case. Bank records mandatorily disclosed under Family Law Rules of Procedure must still be admitted into evidence. Disclosed items are not per se admissible.



Texas Civil Procedure Pre Trial Litigation 2015 2016

Texas Civil Procedure  Pre Trial Litigation  2015 2016 Author William V. Dorsaneo, III, Chief Justice
ISBN-10 9781632824462
Release 2015-06-17
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This coursebook explores both the practical and substantive aspects of Texas civil pre-trial litigation. The materials cover all aspects of the processing of a civil case up to the period immediately before trial. It addresses such issues as: • The attorney's relationship with the client (when to take a case, forming the contract, Interviewing and counseling the client); • When to file the suit (statutes of limitation and other pre-filing requirements); • Protecting the right to recover (emergency relief such as TROs, sequestration, garnishment, and attachment); • Deciding where to file the case (subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, and venue); • Defining and shaping the case (pleading practices, joinder, and preclusion doctrines) • Obtaining relevant Information (scope of discovery and discovery devices); and • Non-trial resolutions (default, summary judgment, settlement, and alternative dispute resolution). All of the chapters have been updated to include new cases and changes in rules and statutes. In addition to cases and supplemental notes, Texas Civil Procedure: Pre-Trial Litigation, 2015-2016 Edition includes sample pleadings and other documents to help students understand and apply the procedural rules. The text also includes thirty sets of Practice Exercises; hypothetical problems that walk students through the application of the rules in increasingly complex situations. Professors adopting the book will be provided with suggested answers to the Practice Exercises. New eBook editions of this book will be issued each year. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.



Business Litigation in Florida Ninth Edition

Business Litigation in Florida  Ninth Edition Author The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education
ISBN-10 9781522123545
Release 2017-04-07
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With current authorities, succinct discussions of complex issues, and the forms vital to handling a commercial case, the Ninth Edition of Business Litigation in Florida is a must-have for business practitioners and trial attorneys alike. The completely updated manual covers the full range of concerns to business litigators, from initial considerations of jurisdiction and venue, through myriad discovery and other pretrial and trial issues, to recovery of attorneys' fees. Highlights of the new edition include: DOAH's centralized electronic database 2016 amendments to F.S. 120.57 Authority to reconsider and vacate prior final order in disciplinary proceedings Judicial Review Revised statutes and rules New case law



Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure and Rules of Judicial Administration

Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure and Rules of Judicial Administration Author The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education
ISBN-10 9781632845948
Release 2016-02-17
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This latest edition of Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure and Rules of Judicial Administration, 2016 Edition is a handy go-to reference that every practitioner who deals with juveniles should keep close at hand. It features the full text of the Rules of Judicial Administration and the full text of the Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure, with the committee notes, rule histories, and statutory and rule references for each rule. It also includes critical blackletter law from the Florida Statutes and Constitution, including Chapter 39, Proceedings Relating to Children, Chapter 984, Children and Families in Need of Services, and Chapter 985, Interstate Compact on Juveniles. Tables of contents in each section and full indexing help you find the material you need quickly and easily. Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure and Judicial Administration, 2016 Edition is available in an easy-to-use eBook format for your mobile device, so you can take it with you wherever you go. Don't be without Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure and Judicial Administration, 2016 Edition , the convenient and critical reference you need every day for your practice. Published by The Florida Bar and LexisNexis, it contains the high quality and expertise you have come to rely on and is fully up-to-date with the latest rules amendments and legislative changes. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.



Florida Civil Trial Preparation Eighth Edition

Florida Civil Trial Preparation  Eighth Edition Author Publisher's Editorial Staff
ISBN-10 9781522127833
Release 2017-05-05
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​ Florida Practitioner's Guide™: Civil Trial Preparation, Eighth Edition includes new user-friendly formatting, and addresses amended rules, revised statutes, and new case law, including the following: Revised statutes and rules addressing: Admissibility of expert testimony Required content of motions Confidentiality of mediation sessions New case law addressing Severing or consolidating claims, amending pleadings, and adding punitive damages claim to complaint Electronic discovery, privileged information, and sanctions for failing to comply with discovery orders Basis for and effect of disqualifying the trial judge Attorney’s potential liability following withdrawal Offers of settlement, and wisdom and effect of voluntary dismissal The edition is replete with valuable practice pointers.



Moore s AnswerGuide Federal Civil Motion Practice 2017 Edition

Moore s AnswerGuide  Federal Civil Motion Practice  2017 Edition Author The Law Firm of JENNER & BLOCK, LLP Chicago
ISBN-10 9781522126911
Release 2017-01-20
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Moore's AnswerGuide: Federal Civil Motion Practice answers your basic questions about civil motions in federal civil cases, including topics such as Rule 12 motions to dismiss, summary judgment motions, and motions for costs and attorney's fees. This authoritative desk reference provides: • Succinct answers to major points of federal practice. • Expert analyses, strategic pointers, warnings, circuit split discussions, and other case-oriented insight. • Numerous checklists, providing step-by-step guidance for discovery procedures. • Hundreds of cross-references to Moore's Federal Practice, Bender's Federal Practice Forms, Federal Litigation Guide, and other sources for more detailed analysis and forms. Moore's AnswerGuide products combine practical answers with guidance to relevant cases, codes, rules and in-depth analytical sources. Moore's AnswerGuide: Federal Civil Motion Practice serves as a practice resource for the federal litigator. Cites to case law, statutory and analytical cross-references are designed to make in-depth research easier and more on-point than ever before.



Interpreting Florida s Constitution

Interpreting Florida s Constitution Author Patrick John McGinley
ISBN-10
Release 2017-12-21
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This law school casebook analyzes the Constitution of the State of Florida. It begins with the idea of a state being a "laboratory of democracy" where rights may be expanded or invented within the minimum requirements of the federal constitution. It explores the question of how a state constitution can produce its own jurisprudence in light of the supremacy of the United States Constitution. It outlines the canons of construction for the Florida Constitution. It introduces the concept that a state constitution can be a source of heightened civil liberties and fundamental rights. It explores this issue in greater detail by using the Florida Constitution as an example. It identifies Florida Constitutional rights without an exact parallel to those in the text of the US Constitution and asks whether Florida has taken its own path in interpreting or implementing the identified constitutional rights. It introduces rights enumerated in the text of the Florida Constitution that are not embodied in the text of the US Constitution. In so doing, it compares Florida's approach to those of other state constitutions. It addresses the familiar refrain that unlike the federal constitution a state's constitution is a restriction upon power not a grant of power. It looks at state constitutional criminal procedure by examining the ancient origin of the jury and the recent origin of Florida criminal procedure. Finally, it examines the US Supreme Court's acceptance of a state's inherent police power, and state-by-state differences in zoning and nuisance law, so as to better understand how eminent domain and inverse condemnation may differ under state constitutions such as Florida's.