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Uniform Evidence 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780195521054
Published: December 2014
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: £65.99



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Uniform Evidence is a clear and concise introduction to the rules of evidence, as they apply to Australian courts. Written in an engaging and accessible style, the second edition covers all uniform evidence law jurisdictions including the courts of the Commonwealth, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and most recently the Northern Territory.

The book explains and critiques uniform evidence law in an accessible and student friendly manner, with case examples to illustrate the practical applications of uniform evidence law and flowcharts to clearly summarise complex legal rules and issues.

Subjects:
Evidence, Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Contents:
1. Uniform Evidence Law

Part 1: Adducing Evidence
2. Witnesses
3. Documentary and Real Evidence

Part 2: Admissibility
4. Relevance
5. The Hearsay Rule
6. Hearsay Exceptions
7. Opinion
8. Admissions
9. Judgements and Convictions
10. Tendency and Coincidence
11. Credibility
12. Character
13. Identification
14. Privileges
15. Client Legal Privilege
16. Discretionary and Mandatory Exclusions

Part 3: Proof
17. The Burden and Standard of Proof
18. Facts That Can Be Proved Without Evidence
19. Warnings and Information
20. Procedural Provisions