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Evidence : a compendium for the bench and the bar / Dean Ferdinand A. Tan, L.I.M.

By: Tan, Ferdinand A [author. ].
Edition: 2019 Revised Early Edition.Description: xxxiv, 946 pages, 14 unnumbered pages of plates ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789712396397.Subject(s): Evidence (law) -- PhilippinesDDC classification: 347.06 Summary: "This 2019 Revised Early Edition on Evidence - A Compendium for the Bench and the Bar is presented in a simplified and concise manner, and exhaustively discussed in accordance with the provisions of the Rules on Evidence in correlation with the provision of the Constitution, other provision of the rules of procedure promulgated by the Honorable Supreme Court, and its latest jurisprudence applying the pertinent rules of procedure which may serve as a tool and guide for the students, bar reviewees, practicing lawyers, and even judges in their studies, or in the practice of their profession. This writing is also intended to familiarize the reader on the proper application of the pertinent provisions of Rules on Evidence on each and every factual scenario with appropriate case law provided for each provision. Sample pleadings, motions, judicial affidavits, formal offer of evidence, comment or objections to the offer of evidence, and the methods and grounds for timely objections on testimonies were also provided under this book for the better understanding of the students and practitioners in the application of the provision of the rules and laws." --[From the Author]
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Non-fiction 347.06 .T161 2019 (Browse shelf) In transit from Graduate School Library to Law School Library since 01/11/2020 0123353

"This 2019 Revised Early Edition on Evidence - A Compendium for the Bench and the Bar is presented in a simplified and concise manner, and exhaustively discussed in accordance with the provisions of the Rules on Evidence in correlation with the provision of the Constitution, other provision of the rules of procedure promulgated by the Honorable Supreme Court, and its latest jurisprudence applying the pertinent rules of procedure which may serve as a tool and guide for the students, bar reviewees, practicing lawyers, and even judges in their studies, or in the practice of their profession. This writing is also intended to familiarize the reader on the proper application of the pertinent provisions of Rules on Evidence on each and every factual scenario with appropriate case law provided for each provision. Sample pleadings, motions, judicial affidavits, formal offer of evidence, comment or objections to the offer of evidence, and the methods and grounds for timely objections on testimonies were also provided under this book for the better understanding of the students and practitioners in the application of the provision of the rules and laws." --[From the Author]

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