• Conceptual Approach to Evidence (2021)
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  • by:  Atty. Wilson A. Legaspi

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1590-8
    • No. of Pages: 278
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021




    • Description:

      The amendments made on the Rules of Evidence by A.M. No. 19-08-15-SC are mostly taken from the 2018 Federal Rules of Evidence of the United States, i.e., definition of hearsay, residual exception as an added exception to the Hearsay Rule, exceptions to the attorney-client privilege, the new provision on the psychotherapist-patient privilege, among others. Thus, the author, in writing this book Conceptual Approach to Evidence, has to consult the different foreign authorities on the subject, leading cases decided by the federal courts and United States Supreme Court, as well as the Advisory Committee responsible in the introduction of the provisions in the Federal Rules that have found their way in our own amended Rules of Evidence. Also, the discussion made by our own Rules of Court Revision Committee that was responsible for the drafting of the amendments was likewise consulted.






    • Conceptual Approach to Evidence (2021)
    • by:  Atty. Wilson A. Legaspi
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1590-8
    • No. of Pages: 278
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021

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    Description:

    The amendments made on the Rules of Evidence by A.M. No. 19-08-15-SC are mostly taken from the 2018 Federal Rules of Evidence of the United States, i.e., definition of hearsay, residual exception as an added exception to the Hearsay Rule, exceptions to the attorney-client privilege, the new provision on the psychotherapist-patient privilege, among others. Thus, the author, in writing this book Conceptual Approach to Evidence, has to consult the different foreign authorities on the subject, leading cases decided by the federal courts and United States Supreme Court, as well as the Advisory Committee responsible in the introduction of the provisions in the Federal Rules that have found their way in our own amended Rules of Evidence. Also, the discussion made by our own Rules of Court Revision Committee that was responsible for the drafting of the amendments was likewise consulted.