Minnesota Rules of Evidence Summary Guide (Digital Download)
Minnesota Rules of Evidence Summary Trial Guide in Digital (PDF) format
Each Minnesota Rule of Evidence is concisely summarized and numbered for rapid use at trial. This is a five-page trial guide in two colors for ease of use. The guide cites each evidence rule by number, and the important and useful provisions of each rule are concisely and accurately summarized for rapid use at trial and in pretrial preparation. Brevity is essential to ensure that the key provisions of each rule can be found immediately, especially in the fast pace of trials. The back cover contains 28 of the most useful Minnesota Evidentiary Objections, with authority for each. This guide is an effective study guide for the Minnesota Rules of Evidence and an excellent aid for honing your skill for making timely objections at trial.
This Minnesota Rules of Evidence Summary Trial Guideincludes all current amendments. The Minnesota Rules of Evidence Summary Trial Guideis a valuable and dependable courtroom tool for the Minnesota trial lawyer.
Our current Minnesota Rules of Evidence Summary Trial Guideis only available as a PDF for your desktop, laptop, table, or even smartphone! All the features of the paper copy, in a easy-to-use digital format. Includes 28 Evidentiary Objections with citations to the applicable rule!
$10.00 per single-user license
The purchaser of this digital guide (PDF) has a Single-User License for use on personal computers owned by or under control of the licensee, for use only by licensee. Licensee may print copies of the guide for personal use (legal size paper required). No other reproduction, electronic transmission, sharing, or copying of the download in any form is lawful without the publisher’s prior written permission. See Section 106, United States Copyright Act of 1976.
The digital license for this guide authorizes printing of the guide for the personal single-use of licensee only. If more than one person plans on using the digital guide, please purchase a license for each user. For example, if you have 10 people who are going to use this guide on computers, tablets, or smartphones, or in print, you would purchase 10 licenses.