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What does FREV stand for?

FREV stands for Federal Rules of Evidence (US District Court; Northern District of Illinois)

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It also covers drafting requests for electronic information, deposing the records custodian or IT manager, and the Federal Rules of Evidence and electronic documents.
At its October 18, 2002, meeting in Seattle, Washington, the Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence considered the concerns of commentators who argue that digital photographs should not be admitted under current evidentiary rules.
Qualifying As a Courtroom Expert Under rule 702 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, a witness qualified as an expert by "knowledge, skill, experience, training or education" may testify to an opinion based upon "scientific, technical or other special knowledge" if such testimony will "assist the trier of fact to understand the evidence or to determine the fact in issue.
5126) seeks to clarify that under federal rules of evidence, doctor-patient privilege protects a patient's confidential medical information in court.
1975 Federal Rules of Evidence (Rule 702) Effect: Qualified witnesses with "scientific, technical or specialized knowledge" may testify if their knowledge will assist the trier of fact.