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Civil Trial Evidence (Illinois) 2015 Edition

Comprehensive handbook about getting from the facts of a situation to the trial evidence that that the jury will see and hear with insights and best-practice guidance from some of Illinois’ leading lawyers.

This comprehensive handbook provides insights and best practice guidance from some of Illinois’ leading lawyers to help you move from getting the facts of the case to presenting the trial evidence that the jury will see and hear. Starting with the “who, what, when, and why” of the fact situation through preparing for trial to the trial itself — CIVIL TRIAL EVIDENCE provides the answers you need.

Chapter 1— Sources and Preparation

M. Derek Zolner, Vedder Price P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Methods and Sufficiency of Proof

Jeremy N. Boeder and Corry P. Keilin, Tribler Orpett & Meyer, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 3 — Questions and Objections: Relationship of the Witness to the Form of the Question

Cindy G. Fluxgold and Lorenzo Valladolid, Goldstein, Fluxgold & Baron, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 4 — Hearsay: The Rule and the Exceptions

Cindy G. Fluxgold and Lorenzo Valladolid, Goldstein, Fluxgold & Baron, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Opinion Evidence

Cindy G. Fluxgold and Michael J. Baron, Goldstein, Fluxgold & Baron, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 6 — Writings at Trial

Peter G. Bora, Law Offices of Peter G. Bora, Mount Prospect, John C. Ellis, Richard J. Prendergast, Ltd., and Brian E. Devilling, Foran Glennon PalandechPonzi & Rudloff PC, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Privileges

Craig L. Unrath and Melissa N. Schoenbein, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

Chapter 8 — Physical Objects and Demonstrative Evidence

Nathan P. Karlsgodt, McKnight, Kitzinger & Pravdic, LLC, and Patrick J. Sprague, Bruce Farrel Dorn & Associates, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Evidentiary Motions at Trial

Richard L. Miller II, D’Orazio Capital Management, Inc. (DCM), Chicago

Chapter 10 — Judicial, Attorney, and Juror Misconduct

M. Derek Zolner and Michael J. Waters, Vedder Price P.C., Chicago

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This comprehensive handbook provides insights and best practice guidance from some of Illinois’ leading lawyers to help you move from getting the facts of the case to presenting the trial evidence that the jury will see and hear. Starting with the “who, what, when, and why” of the fact situation through preparing for trial to the trial itself — CIVIL TRIAL EVIDENCE provides the answers you need.

Chapter 1— Sources and Preparation

M. Derek Zolner, Vedder Price P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Methods and Sufficiency of Proof

Jeremy N. Boeder and Corry P. Keilin, Tribler Orpett & Meyer, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 3 — Questions and Objections: Relationship of the Witness to the Form of the Question

Cindy G. Fluxgold and Lorenzo Valladolid, Goldstein, Fluxgold & Baron, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 4 — Hearsay: The Rule and the Exceptions

Cindy G. Fluxgold and Lorenzo Valladolid, Goldstein, Fluxgold & Baron, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Opinion Evidence

Cindy G. Fluxgold and Michael J. Baron, Goldstein, Fluxgold & Baron, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 6 — Writings at Trial

Peter G. Bora, Law Offices of Peter G. Bora, Mount Prospect, John C. Ellis, Richard J. Prendergast, Ltd., and Brian E. Devilling, Foran Glennon PalandechPonzi & Rudloff PC, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Privileges

Craig L. Unrath and Melissa N. Schoenbein, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

Chapter 8 — Physical Objects and Demonstrative Evidence

Nathan P. Karlsgodt, McKnight, Kitzinger & Pravdic, LLC, and Patrick J. Sprague, Bruce Farrel Dorn & Associates, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Evidentiary Motions at Trial

Richard L. Miller II, D’Orazio Capital Management, Inc. (DCM), Chicago

Chapter 10 — Judicial, Attorney, and Juror Misconduct

M. Derek Zolner and Michael J. Waters, Vedder Price P.C., Chicago

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