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Evidence: Text & Materials provides a 'one-stop', readily accessible source for students studying the law of evidence, whether for academic or professional exams. It offers an exceptionally clear and lucid presentation of the relevant law, which effectively introduces students to, and guides them through, this challenging and stimulating subject.
Interwoven with the author's incisive explanatory commentary are extracts from key cases, essential articles, and academic books. Exposure to these primary materials will help the student to develop a truly in-depth understanding of the fundamental principles of the law of evidence, and a keen awareness of how these principles are applied in modern practice.
The focus throughout the text is squarely on the most important areas of the law of evidence, rather than its more arcane, and rarely encountered, aspects. Particular attention is paid to the major developments and judgments that have transformed this subject in recent years, in particular the Criminal Justice Act 2003, and the ongoing impact of the Human Rights Act 1998.
Overly technical language is deliberately avoided by the author, in order to ensure the explanation of the law is as clear as possible. The inclusion of chapter summaries and specimen questions facilitate student comprehension and promote further discussion.