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Evidence: The Fundamentals 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780414044593
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847034168
Published: September 2010
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £29.00



Despatched in 2 to 4 days.

Evidence: The Fundamentals introduces students to the principles of the law of evidence by way of clear text combined with charts, grids and diagrams.

  • Seeks to explain not merely the rules and principles but also their provenance and continued utility
  • Includes full coverage of all topics likely to be studied on law of evidence courses at undergraduate level and ILEX level 6
  • Opens each chapter with a bulleted outline of the main concepts and ideas to be covered in that chapter and closes each chapter with a summary to recap the main points
  • Provides a question along with answer and answer tips at the end of each chapter
  • Uses charts, grids and diagrams to enable students to grasp complex legal principles with ease
  • Follows a new and improved layout with more pedagogical features than before, such as ‘Over to You' boxes to truly engage students and get them thinking more critically about the subject
  • Assumes no prior knowledge of the subject - allowing the book to be used for those new to the subject and for distance learning courses

Subjects:
Evidence
Contents:
Introduction
Burden of proof
Examination of witnesses
Competence & compellability
Hearsay
Opinion
Confessions
Evidence improperly obtained
Silence
Evidence of character
Corroboration, suspect and other fallible evidence.