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    Rules of Evidence Publications Keep You Informed

    In Gehin v. Wisconsin Group Insurance Board, the Wisconsin Supreme Court did not strictly adhere to the legal residuum rule, which prohibits administrative hearing bodies from basing findings of fact solely on uncorroborated hearsay. While Gehrin provides grounds for exceptions to the rule and addresses several satellite issues, it is unclear when corrobration is required and when it is not.
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    Vol. 78, No. 9, September 2005

    Rules of Evidence Publications Keep You Informed

    When you need up-to-the-minute information on Wisconsin's rules of evidence, turn to State Bar CLE Books.

    The Wisconsin Rules of Evidence: A Courtroom Handbook, revised in the 2004 sixth edition and supplemented in 2005, is a popular and handy book that covers every section of the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence. In addition to the full text of each rule, the book includes the complete Judicial Council Committee Notes to the rules and provides annotations for all of the important Wisconsin evidentiary cases. Designed for use at trial, the handbook also includes an index, a table of cases, and tabs with topical headings, to help attorneys find applicable evidentiary rules and cases quickly and efficiently. Updated annually. 390+ pp.; 6th Edition 2004 (includes 2005 supplement); $75.

    When all you really want to carry with you are the rules of evidence, then Wisconsin Rules of Evidence: Pocket Edition 2005 is what you need. This 6" x4 " compilation of the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence contains just the rules - no commentary, no cases, no Judicial Council Committee Notes - in a handy booklet that's just the right size for your pocket or briefcase. 95 pp.; 2005; $10.

    To purchase either publication or to learn about related products, please phone the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or visit CLE Seminars, Books & Products online at www.wisbar.org.




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