“A Practical Guide to Evidence in Rhode Island” is being updated to reflect the latest legal statutes in the state and will be republished. Attorney Stephen Prignano of McIntyre Tate LLP acts as a coeditor of this publication, applying his insight and knowledge to each page.
The manual is a popular publication that covers the use, application, admittance, and exclusion of evidence in both criminal and civil court. From physical entries to testimonies given by witnesses, this “Practical Guide” can help legal professionals improve the effectiveness of their arguments in court or strengthen their claims when pursuing an out-of-court settlement.
The contents of the manual are sorted into 17 comprehensive chapters, including:
- Presumptions and Facts Established Without Formal Proof
- Witness Corroboration and Support
- Documentary Evidence
- And many more
Interested parties can look for this latest, updated edition of “A Practical Guide to Evidence in Rhode Island” through numerous online retailers, including directly from the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) of New England. For more information, you can also contact McIntyre Tate LLP.