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Evidence: Cases and Materials 4th ed

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ISBN13: 9780406081803
ISBN: 0406081808
Published: August 1996
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.99



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"" This collection of cases and materials is intended for use on all university courses and in preparing for professional examinations. English cases and statutes form the basis of the book but, American, Australian and Scots cases have been included where relevant. Includes the provisions of the Criminal Justice Act 1991, Criminal Justice Act 1993 and the impact of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994""

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Subjects:
Evidence
Contents:
PART ONE
Introduction
1. Introduction
PART TWO
The Process of Proof
2. The Burden of Proof
3. Standard of Proof
4. Presumptions
5. Corroboration or Support
PART THREE
The Protection of the Accused
6. The Privilege against Self-incrimination
7. The Right to Silence
8. Confessions
9. Unfair and Improperly Obtained Evidence
10. The Accused's Character: Part I
11. The Accused's Character: Part II
PART FOUR
Hearsay
12. Hearsay: the Exclusionary Rule
13. Hearsay Exceptions: Criminal Cases
14. Hearsay Exceptions: Civil Cases
15. Documentary Evidence
16. Opinion Evidence and Prior Proceedings
PART FIVE
Witnesses
17. Competence, Compellability and Oaths
18. Private Privilege
19. Public Policy
PART SIX
The Course of the Trial
20. The Course of the Trial
PART SEVEN
Matters which need not be proved by Evidence
21. Judicial Notice
Index