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New Jersey Trial Evidence and Procedure

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A practical, comprehensive, and strategic approach to evidence law.

New Jersey Trial Evidence and Procedure provides a practical and comprehensive presentation of trial evidence and procedure. This book encompasses the rules and law governing the trial of cases which are found in the evidence rules, court rules, court decisions, and Model Civil Jury Charges. This volume also provides important practice points and insights as to how this body of evidence law plays out in a courtroom and what strategies provide maximum success. 

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SKU JEVID21
Division Name New Jersey Law Journal
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand New Jersey Law Journal
Publication Date June 28, 2020
Jurisdiction New Jersey
ISBN 978-1-58852-425-6
Page Count 788
Edition 2021
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Andrew J. Kyreakakis

Andrew J. Kyreakakis is a member of the New Jersey and New York bars and is a partner in the litigation department of Weiner Lesniak LLP law firm. Previous to this he has been a certified civil trial attorney in New Jersey for more than 15 years.  Kyreakakis is the attorney of record on numerous state and federal decisions, including opinions on trial evidence and procedure, specifically expert testimony, motion for directed verdict, evidence on settlement negotiations, impeachment, prejudicial evidence, remittitur, motion for a new trial, and parol evidence. 

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