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Criminal Law Field Placement Clinic Resource Guide

A research and guidance resource for student's in the NSU Shepard Broad College of Law Criminal Law Field Placement Clinic.

Florida Rules of Evidence

The Florida Evidence Code (Title VII of the Florida Statutes) is the governing body of law that dictates procedural rules for the production of evidence in all court proceedings. The links to Westlaw's and LexisNexis' Florida Evidence Code provide access to the annotated version. Browse either link to find related statutes and relevant case law related to any issues regarding evidentiary procedures. 

Courtroom Criminal Evidence

This book is intended for courtroom use by trial attorneys. It is intended to aid attorneys in making courtroom arguments, offering proof, preserving appeals, and making their objections during any substantive hearing or trial. The digital copy makes for an easily accessible research tool at your fingertips while in court. Per LexisNexis, "Thousands of lawyers refer to this popular resource for expert guidance on criminal evidence issues. Written by a team of four leading attorneys with years of combined expertise in evidence law, this book presents an analytical framework that simplifies evidence law and helps you understand the issues. With a wealth of information packed into two volumes, this is one resource you can count on for quick reference and expert advice anytime."

Practice Manuals & Guides

Understanding the Rules of Evidence