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  • Larkin, Murl A. (Houston Law Review, 1993)
    Because of recent additions to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, Professor Larkin has taken it upon himself to detail the use of judicial notice in Texas courts and maps out the federal origins of the rule changes.
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Houston Law Review, 1983)
    This article provides a detailed commentary on Article II of the Texas Rules of Evidence. Article II contains three rules concerning the judicial notice of adjudicative facts, the determination of law of other states, and ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Houston Law Review, 1993)
    The hodgepodge of rules known as presumptions includes rules of vastly varying importance, rules serving widely divergent purposes, and rules that may construct rules of decision. All of these have only two characteristics ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1985)
    Professor Larkin has provided this comprehensive guide on the law of evidence to assist Texas lawyers in a civil trial setting.
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
    In Texas, the cluster of statutes which prescribes the admissibility in evidence of confessions and admissions of a criminal defendant is, it is submitted, a prime example of unclear and confusing legislation. It is the ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1985)
    Professor Larkin has provided this comprehensive guide on the law of evidence to assist Texas lawyers in a trial setting.
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
    The following legislative and drafting history of the new federal rules is compiled from the detailed notes of the Advisory Committee appointed by the Chief Justice of the United States, notes and comments of the House ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Clark Boardman Company, Ltd., 1986)
    The most significant portion of the law of evidence not covered by the Federal Rules of Evidence is that governing evidentiary privileges. It is the purpose of this work to examine and record the development of the law ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (American University Law Review, 1966)
    Although it may be arguable that the guarantee of the Fourth Amendment to the federal constitution that people shall be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures is not a limitation upon the power granted to Congress ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (JAG Journal, 1976)
    This article is a portion of Chapter IX of the second edition of the book Military Evidence. The authors discuss searches and seizures as they relate to military law with a focus on the exclusionary rule, searches and ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1969)
    Professor Larkin researches the history of the right of confrontation and predicts the federal future of this right by introducing innovations from the state governments.
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Hastings Law Journal, 1971)
    Despite praise for the Uniform Code of Military Justice as being more advanced than many thoroughly modern criminal codes, one criticism still remains: except for cases that require a mandatory death sentence, a unanimous ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1982)
    This book was compiled and written by Murl A. Larkin and Erwin S. McGee and provides a detailed account of the Texas Rules of Evidence, which were adopted by the Supreme Court of Texas on November 23, 1982 to become effective ...