Each rule set in the book has been thoroughly indexed, enabling the reader to find relevant rules quickly and easily. This edition is arranged in a single-column format with larger typeface to make the text easy to read at a glance. Michigan Evidence Rules 2013 Courtroom Quick Reference is available as a soft-cover book as well as PDF and ebook editions with linked tables of contents and side navigation panes making searches simple and efficient. As part of the Courtroom Quick Reference Series by Summit Legal Publishing, this Michigan Evidence Rules 2013 is designed for convenience and portability and can fit into any briefcase or laptop bag.
The Federal Rules of Evidence are the fourth set of federal rules to be restyled as part of what is known as “The Style Project.” Many of the changes in the restyled Federal Rules of Evidence result from the effort to use formatting to make the meaning and application of the federal court rules clearer. The rules have been broken down into progressively indented subparagraphs with headings and a hanging indent outline structure. Official commentary details the changes in the restyled rules. The inclusion of the Traditional Federal Rules of Evidence as well as the Restyled Federal Rules of Evidence in Michigan Evidence Rules 2013 Courtroom Quick Reference allows quick and painless cross-referencing for those accustomed to the old evidence rules.
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