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Alabama Rules of Evidence

The Alabama Rules of Evidence were enacted by the Alabama Supreme Court to govern law practice in Alabama.  The rules posted below are current through the 2010 amendments.  We have posted the text of all of the rules as well as the committee comments, but we have not included the forms or the appendixes at this time.

The following links contain the text of each of the Alabama Rules of Evidence:

Article I. General Provisions

Article II. Judicial Notice

Article III. Presumptions in Civil Actions and Proceedings

Article IV. Relevancy and Its Limits

Article V. Privileges

Article VI. Witnesses

Article VII. Opinions and Expert Testimony

Article VIII. Hearsay

Article IX. Authentication and Identification

Article X. Contents of Writings

Article XI. Miscellaneous Rules

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