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SCOTUSblog.com: On "Maryland v. King, Monday’s five-to-four decision ... which ... authorizes the collection of DNA samples.... Coverage comes from the editors at Federal Evidence Review...." * * * "The editors at Federal Evidence Review cover another opinion released on Monday: the Court’s summary reversal in Nevada v. Jackson ...."
SCOTUSblog.com: "In yesterday’s first opinion, Smith v. United States, a unanimous Court (in an opinion by Justice Scalia) held that a defendant bears the burden of proof of withdrawal from a conspiracy. At the Federal Evidence Review, the Editor’s Blog has an extensive analysis of the opinion, which the Associated Press (via The Huffington Post) also covers."
SCOTUSblog.com: The blog of the Federal Evidence Review reports on last Monday’s decision in Salinas v. Texas ...."
Law Librarian Blog - "The Federal Evidence Review is no fly by night effort. It has been around for some time now and has established an excellent reputation for being a very dependable, expertise-driven resource."
The Volokh Conspiracy - "...thanks to FederalEvidence.com, and with hyperlinks from rule to rule, as well as to the statutory history of each rule.""
SCOTUSblog.com - "Federal Evidence Review takes a close look at Monday’s argument in Southern Union Co. v. United States."
SCOTUSblog.com - "The Federal Evidence Review discusses Perry v. New Hampshire and the role of jury instructions regarding the fallibility of eyewitness identification."
SCOTUSblog.com - "[I]n the Confrontation Clause case [Williams v. Illinois]... Federal Evidence Review posted both a preview and review"
Civil Procedure Prof Blog- "This [FRE 502] article [by the Federal Evidence Review] also includes key links and is a great resource for learning more about this new legislation"
InSITE:Cornell Law Library- "Overall the [Federal Evidence] blog provides the busy litigator with an excellent resource with which to stay current on developments in the rules of evidence."
Inside Track - State Bar of Wisconsin - "The Federal Evidence Review blog is another place that attempts to consolidate jury instructions, both according to circuit and subject matter."
Hofstra School of Law, Deane Law Library, Virtual Library Cat's Eye View - - Noting that on newly adopted FRE 502, "For the text of the rule, discussion/analysis and important links such as the "Statement of Congressional Intent", check out the Federal Evidence Review."