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By Prof. Penny White Federal Rules of Evidence The Federal Rules of Evidence govern the introduction of evidence at civil and criminal trials in United States federal trial courts. The current rules w...

Federal Rules of Evidence: Role of Judges in the Evidentiary Process

By Prof. Penny White Federal Rules of Evidence The Federal Rules of Evidence govern the introduction of evidence at civil and criminal trials in United States federal trial courts. The current rules w...

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Since 2008, I have served as faculty at The National Judicial College on the topic of judicial security and as such, had the opportunity to receive feedback from the judges whom I teach about their securi...

The NJC Releases Report from 2014 Judicial Security Survey

Since 2008, I have served as faculty at The National Judicial College on the topic of judicial security and as such, had the opportunity to receive feedback from the judges whom I teach about their securi...

By Hon. Scott Bergstedt The case of Missouri v. McNeely, U.S. 133 S.Ct. 1552(2013) has caused many jurisdictions to require a search warrant in order to get a blood sample from a DUI defendant th...

DUI Search Warrants Made Easy

By Hon. Scott Bergstedt The case of Missouri v. McNeely, U.S. 133 S.Ct. 1552(2013) has caused many jurisdictions to require a search warrant in order to get a blood sample from a DUI defendant th...

Federal Rules of Evidence: Role of Judges in the Evidentiary Process

The NJC Releases Report from 2014 Judicial Security Survey

Business Courts: Michigan Responds to 21st Century Commerce

The Small-Group Effect on Appellate Opinion

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