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cover-evidenceThe new 2017 edition of the Massachusetts Guide to Evidence is available now for your mobile device.  It is available for iOS, android, and Kindle devices, and is also available as a pdf with links to cases and statutes.

The 2017 Edition is here.

In addition to the Guide, we have 15 other free ebooks with rules of court, jury instructions and other court guidelines here.  Take the law in your own hands (figuratively), and download the Guide today.

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