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Soonhee "Sunny" Bailey is an attorney at the law firm of Rawlings, Olson, Cannon, Gormley and Desruissieaux in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ms. Bailey received her B.A. degree in Sociology from the University of Washington and her J.D. degree from the Seattle University School of Law. Ms. Bailey is a member of both the Washington and Nevada State Bars, and is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court of Nevada. Ms. Bailey gained valuable insight into the Rules of Evidence through her experiences in two states: as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in King County (Seattle, WA) and Pierce County (Tacoma, WA), Assistant City Attorney (for numerous municipalities in the State of Washington), and Deputy Public Defender (Clark County, NV). Ms. Bailey served as a Judge Pro Tempore in Pierce County , WA. As a Judge Pro Tempore, she presided over jury trials, bench trials and other court proceedings: both civil and criminal. She is also a guest lecturer in the practical uses of evidence.

Jeffrey Jaeger is the director of litigation support for the Clark County Public Defender's Office in Las Vegas, Nevada. A frequent presenter on technology in the courtroom, he also serves as co-chair of the ABA's Trial Practice/Courtroom Technology subcommittee. Mr. Jaeger has provided litigation strategies for numerous cases including those dealing with sexual assault and capital murder. His expertise focuses on representing complex litigation concepts in a manner that is persuasive and understandable to judges and juries. His visual argument techniques and demonstrative graphics have been utilized in over 50 jury trials. Mr. Jaeger conducts CLE training regarding courtroom presentations, courtroom technology and Nevada evidence. He is also a member of the American Society of Trial Consultants and the American Association for Public Opinion Research.

Organized by Federal Rule Number with reference to the corresponding Nevada Revised Statutes Complete text of relevant CIVIL and CRIMINAL statutes, court rules and constitutional provisions Comparisons and analysis between Nevada law and the Federal Rules of Evidence Citations to significant case law Sample objections and foundations