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Massachusetts Guide to EvidenceThe new Massachusetts Guide to Evidence 2015 has been released as an eBook.  This edition includes links to cases, regulations, rules and anything that has been cited and is available on the web.  This marks the 24th publication the Trial Court Law Libraries have distributed for free as an eBook.  Our books have been downloaded nearly 14,000 times.  I guess you really like them.

The files are available on the Internet Archives.  In the download options on the right hand side of the screen, select epub.  If there are two different epub files, select the larger file as that would include the enhanced version with links and a detailed table of contents.  There is also a section for a review, if you have any suggestions for us.  For a listing of all our eBooks, see our page here.

https://archive.org/details/MassachusettsGuideToEvidenc2015

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