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Georgia has recently revamped its entire evidence code, closely modeling the Federal Rules of Evidence. Despite the fact the majority of states had followed the federal rules, Georgia stubbornly clung to its Civil-War-era evidence code until 2013. This revolutionary change will affect criminal, civil, and domestic law in number of ways. The goal of Georgia Objections at Trial is to provide both judges and attorneys with a quick and handy reference that will help them navigate the new evidence code. The book will equip practitioners with the tools to master evidentiary objections under Georgia's new code and will be a functional reference for both the courtroom and the office. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.