These are the federal rules of evidence as amended to december 1 2015 click on any rule to read it. The judicial process criminal cases differ from civil cases at the beginning of a federal criminal case the principal actors are the us attorney the prosecutor and the grand jury the us attorney represents the united states in most court proceedings including all criminal prosecutions the grand jury reviews evidence presented by the us attorney and decides whether it is sufficient . The federal rules of evidence are a set of rules that governs the introduction of evidence at civil and criminal trials in united states federal trial courts. The federal rules of evidence is a set of rules which regard the manners in which evidence might be allowed into trials and might function within trials within the federal court system specifically. A change is made in new rule 32a whereby it is made clear that the rules of evidence are to be applied to depositions offered at trial as though the deponent were then present and testifying at trial this eliminates the possibility of certain technical hearsay objections which are based not on the contents of deponents testimony but on
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