Abstract

Recently, the Texas Supreme Court has embraced an important recapitulation of the scope of evidentiary review in cases governed by the preponderance of the evidence standard of review. A similar approach has been applied by the court to cases controlled by the clear and convincing evidence standard of review. This article explores and explains these important developments.

Publication Title

South Texas Law Review

Publication Date

2005

Document Type

Article

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Evidence Commons

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