Richard Kibbe Leefe, American Lawyer, educator. Author: Louisiana Code of Evidence Practice Guide, 1991. Counsel to Republican Party of Louisiana, 1990.
Richard Kibbe Leefe, American Lawyer, educator. Served to First lieutenant United States Army, 1969-1971, Vietnam. Member: Louisiana State and American Bar Associations. Military: First lieutenant, United States.
The Louisiana Code of Evidence is a code of evidence law, enacted by section 1 of Act 515 of 1988, under Louisiana Civil Law. The Code became effective on January 1st 1989. The Code became effective on January 1st 1989, and governs proceedings in the courts of Louisiana to the extent and with the exceptions stated in Article 1101 of the Code. The Bill for Act 515 of 1988 was Senate Bill 155, introduced by Senator Ben Bagert.
Are you sure you want to remove Louisiana Code of Evidence practice guide from your list? Louisiana Code of Evidence practice guide. 2nd ed. by Richard K. Leefe. Published 1998 by LEXIS Law Pub. in Charlottesville, Va. Written in English.
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Throughout the book are comparisons of major distinctions between the Louisiana Code of Evidence and the Federal Rules of Evidence and a discussion of public policy concerns underlying the evidentiary principles to serve as a guide to understanding how the law should b. .
Throughout the book are comparisons of major distinctions between the Louisiana Code of Evidence and the Federal Rules of Evidence and a discussion of public policy concerns underlying the evidentiary principles to serve as a guide to understanding how the law should be applied and to better understand many of the distinctions in the state and federal laws.