A collection of frequently encountered Illinois rules of evidence in Family Law cases. This article provides a guide with objections and responses, as well as applicable case law.
This writing is based upon the same format as the NITA publication Illinois Evidence with Objections – currently the 6th Edition, 2020. Authors: Anthony Bocchino, David Sonenshein, Gino DiVito, James P. Carey, Martin Snyder. Aspen Publishing.
James Carey was one of my most able professors at Loyola University of Chicago Law School — teaching criminal law and procedure. There is an excellent resource, and any family lawyer should make certain associates have this handy reference 4×6 booklet. Order from www.nita.org or call 800 225 6482. The NITA publication covers both criminal and civil objections