“ There really aren't as many rights as people might think, given all of the doctrine that the Supreme Court has established. ”
Daniel Capra is the Reed Professor of Law at Fordham Law School where he teaches evidence, criminal procedure, and civil procedure. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School. As the author of numerous law review articles, treatises, and books, he is a nationally recognized expert on evidence and criminal procedure. He has served as reporter to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence since 1996 and drafted the text of amendments and Advisory Committee Notes for new amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence. Since 2004, Professor Capra has been on the Multistate Bar Examination Drafting Committee on Evidence Questions.