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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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A new edition was published, see:
May on Criminal Evidence 6th ed isbn 9780414046146

Criminal Evidence 5th ed


ISBN13: 9780421796607
ISBN: 042179660X
New Edition ISBN: 9780414046146
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421589507
Published: June 2004
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Highly practical and written in a readable style, Criminal Evidence is a renowned guide to the law on criminal evidence which every criminal lawyer should have to hand.

This edition brings readers up-to-date with the many and significant changes in the law since the last edition, including the Human Rights Act 1998, the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2000, and a large amount of relevant case law.

It also addresses the implications of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and changes to the law of evidence.

  • A completely practical and definitive guide to the subject
  • Covers all forms of criminal evidence, with clear explanation and authoritative interpretation of case decisions.

Subjects:
Evidence
Contents:
Introduction.
Burden and Standard of Proof.
Exclusionary Rules and Exceptions.
Exclusion through Discretion, Privilege or Convention Rights.
Identification and Corroboration.
Rules connected with the Trial.