Iss. 6 (1985)
Federal Rule of Evidence 407: New Controversy Besets the Admissibility of Subsequent Remedial MeasuresWendy Bugher Greenley
Testing the Reliability of Coconspirators' Statements Admitted under Federal Rule of Evidence 801(d)(2)(E): Putting the Claws Back in the Confrontation ClauseDaniel R. Rizzolo
Editor's PrefaceJ. Edward Goff
Symposium AcknowledgementsVarious Editors
Federal Rules of Evidence: A Decade Later - IntroductionLeonard Packel
The Federal Rules of Evidence in the States: A Ten-Year PerspectiveL. Kinvin Wroth
The First Decade under Article VI of the Federal Rules of Evidence: Some Suggested Amendments to Fill Gaps and Cure ConfusionJohn R. Schmertz Jr.
The Need to Amend Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b): The Threat to the Future of the Federal Rules of EvidenceEdward J. Imwinkelried
Does a Criminal Defendant Have a Constitutional Right to Compel the Production of Privileged Testimony through Use ImmunityLouis M. Natali Jr.
Symposium ProceedingsVarious Editors