Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE)

The Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) is a code of evidence law governing the admission of facts by which parties in the United States federal court system may prove their cases, both civil and criminal. The Rules were enacted in 1975, with subsequent amendments.

The Rules were the product of protracted academic, legislative, and judicial examination before being formally promulgated in 1975. U.S. states are free to adopt or maintain evidence rules different from the Federal Rules, but a substantial majority of states have adopted codes in whole or part based on the FRE.

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Debates on the Federal Judiciary: A Documentary History Volume III 1939-2005
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Debates on the Federal Judiciary: A Documentary History, Volume 3, 1939-2005

Debates on the Federal Judiciary: A Documentary History Volume III 1939-2005

Federal Rules of Evidence, 2016
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Federal Rules of Evidence, December 1, 2016

Federal Rules of Evidence, 2016

Federal Rules of Evidence 2011
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Federal Rules of Evidence 2011

Federal Rules of Evidence 2011

Federal Rules Of Evidence, December 1, 2015
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Federal Rules Of Evidence, December 1, 2015

Federal Rules Of Evidence, December 1, 2015

Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, 2014
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Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, 2014

Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, 2014

Federal Rules of Evidence, December 1, 2013
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Federal Rules of Evidence, December 1, 2013

Federal Rules of Evidence, December 1, 2013

Federal Rules of Evidence, December 1, 2010
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Federal Rules of Evidence, December 1, 2010

Federal Rules of Evidence, December 1, 2010

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