Federal Rules of Evidence

 


Procedural Law

 

 

The Federal Rules of Evidence are rules established by the SCOTUS in an effort to codify the many rules of presenting evidence in federal criminal courts; many states have adopted these for use in state courts.

Full text on the Legal Information Institute’s Website:  https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/fre


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Last Modified: 08/25/2018

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