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Brief of amici curiae legal scholars in support of appellant
Brief of Amici Curiae Legal Scholars in Support of Appellant, State v. Mata, No. 18-0740 (Neb. June 21, 2019) (co-authored by Tracy Hightower-Henne, G. Michael Fenner & Kevin Barry).
Law professor reveals shocking truth about hearsay
G. Michael Fenner, Law Professor Reveals Shocking Truth About Hearsay, 62 UMKC L. Rev. 1 (1993).
This article exposes shocking, never-before-revealed truths about hearsay evidence. In my study of the rule, leading to my book (THE HEARSAY RULE, 2d edition, published in 2009 by Carolina Academic Press) I have discovered ...
Rights of the press and the closed court criminal proceeding
G. Michael Fenner & James L. Koley, The Rights of the Press and the Closed Court Criminal Proceeding, 57 Neb. L. Rev. 442 (1978).
Access to judicial proceedings: To Richmond newspapers and beyond
G. Michael Fenner & James L. Koley, Access to Judicial Proceedings: To Richmond Newspapers and Beyond, 16 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 415 (1981).
For five consecutive terms the Supreme Court decided at least one major case concerning press scrutiny of our criminal justice system. The first four cases established the right of the press to publish information already ...
Circumstantial evidence in Nebraska
G. Michael Fenner, Circumstantial Evidence in Nebraska, 19 Creighton L. Rev. 236 (1986).
Historically there were four lines of Nebraska cases regarding the value of circumstantial evidence. They proceeded along parallel tracks, oblivious to each other. This article traces the history of the four lines and comes ...
Presumptions: 350 years of confusion and it has come to this
G. Michael Fenner, Presumptions: 350 Years of Confusion and It Has Come to This, 25 Creighton L. Rev. 383 (1992), reprinted in Evidence for the Nebraska Practitioner (Creighton Univ. Sch. of Law ed., 1994).
The title of this article — Presumptions: 350 Years of Confusion and It Has come to This — is pretty much self-explanatory. The article begins with “the bottom line on presumptions. They are inextricably confused devices ...
About present cash value
G. Michael Fenner, About Present Cash Value, 18 Creighton L. Rev. 305 (1985).
The major goal behind awarding damages in a personal injury action is to compensate a plaintiff for his or her actual loss. When judges and juries are asked to decide upon the amount of money that will compensate a plaintiff ...
Media libel: Federal and Nebraska law
G. Michael Fenner & James L. Koley, Media Libel: Federal and Nebraska Law, 12 Creighton L. Rev. 149 (1978).
About presumptions in civil actions
G. Michael Fenner, About Presumptions in Civil Actions, 17 Creighton L. Rev. 307 (1984).
Handling the turncoat witness under the Federal Rules of Evidence
G. Michael Fenner, Commentary, Handling the Turncoat Witness Under the Federal Rules of Evidence, 55 Notre Dame Law. 536 (1980).