Most Recent Additions*

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Unbundling Populism
David Fontana

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§5.12 Communication
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.19 Client Identity; Fee Arrangements
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.22 Crime-Fraud Exception
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.28 Waiver by Voluntary Disclosure
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.29 Inadvertent Disclosure
Christopher B. Mueller

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§5.31 Spousal Testimonial Privilege
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.32 Marital Confidences Privilege
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§5.35 Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§6.11 Juror Testimony and Affidavits Barred
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§6.31 Excluding Felonies for Unfair Prejudice
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§7.7 Reliability Standard (Daubert, Frye)
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§8.84 “Testimonial” Hearsay —Reach and Limits of the Crawford Doctrine
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§8.85 The Davis “Emergency Exception”
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

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§1.5 Offers of Proof
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Lisea Richter

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§1.7 Evidence Errors—Harmless
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Lisea Richter

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§3.8 Hard Cases Where Counterproof Is Sufficient But Not Conclusive
Christopher B. Mueller, Laird Kirkpatrick, and Liesa Richter

*Updated as of 12/12/18.