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Indiana Rules of Evidence: Current through February 1, 2014.

Indiana Rules of Criminal Procedure: Current through February 1, 2014.

Federal Rules of Evidence: Current through February 1, 2014.

Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure: Current through February 1, 2014.

Indiana Criminal Practice Rules Courtroom Quick Reference 2014 provides all the necessary rules for criminal practice in Indiana in an easy-to-read format intended for portability and convenience in the courtroom or chambers, and can be conveniently slipped into an overstuffed briefcase or even your laptop bag. This volume contains the Indiana Rules of Evidence and Criminal Procedure along with the Federal Rules of Evidence and Criminal Procedure.
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