Texas Civil Trial Guide

ebook Volume 6 · Texas Civil Trial Guide (1)

By Earl Johnson Jr.

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Never lose a civil case in Texas on evidentiary or procedural grounds. With this single source reference designed specifically for civil practitioners, you will increase your effectiveness and productivity. Comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date, Texas Civil Trial Guide will help you admit the evidence you need, exclude your opponent's evidence, and avoid critical mistakes. Coverage includes: • Presenting and opposing motions in limine, using affidavits as foundations for documentary evidence • Assertion of privileges, admission of testimony, expert opinions, and documentary evidence, and effective cross-examination • Leading case authorities • Procedural guidance concerning trial settings, continuances, special exceptions and pleadings, amendments, oral depositions, recusal motions, consolidation and severance, jury selction, motions for judgment, and closing argument. Benefit from step-by-step guidance and a variety of practice-friendly features. This indispensable practice tool provides substantive and procedural guidance to all the evidentiary issues you could encounter throughout the trial process in Texas. Whether you're a new or experienced trial attorney, you'll also save time with helpful practice aids such as: how to object and how to respond to an objection on all grounds- relevancy, competency, "best evidence," and hearsay; scripts on what to say in court; direct quotes of relevant statutes and rules; master checklists of motions; and much more. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Texas Civil Trial Guide