• Federal Rules of Evidence with Cues and Signals for Good Objections, 1st Edition

  • By: Deanne Siemer
  • Narrated by: David Marantz
  • Length: 3 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Knowing the technical bases for objections is not so difficult. Law school covers that. What is much harder is recognizing a good objection very quickly when your opponent puts a question to a witness or starts using a document. 

This handy guide identifies the "cues" to listen for when your opponent asks a question or the witness gives an answer. These words or phrases that are the "cues" that tell you instantly that you likely have a good objection. When you know the cues, you can object rapidly and successfully. For documents, this guide also provides the "signals" that support a useful objection. For example, many lawyers miss the objection to "lay opinion" when the writer of a document gives his own view of why something happened. 

Cues and Signals gives you details on every objection that has been recognized in federal courts and sorts out the high-payoff objections from those of lower priority for both oral testimony and exhibits. Everything you need on objections is in one audiobook.

©2016, 2018 National Institute for Trial Advocacy (P)2018 Deanne Siemer

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No Real-world Examples

this was basically someone reading the book of evidence rules. No real world examples. Very little practical use

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