This book has been written to help students who wish to revise particular topics in evidence law, and to show by example how to write good answers to questions in examinations. In particular, the book shows the importance of a practical approach that requires a student to think as carefully about facts as about law.
Christopher Allen was in practice at the Bar for seven years. He retired recently from the Inns of Court School of Law, London, where he was a senior lecturer. He continues to contribute to evidence teaching at University College London, and on London University's External Programme.
Table of Contents
Basic Concepts; Burden and Standard of Proof; Presumptions, Competence and Compellability; Hearsay; Hazardous Evidence; Confessions and Ill-Gotten Evidence; Character Evidence; The Course of Testimony; Opinion Evidence; Privilege and Public Policy.
Evidence Q&A 2005-2006 by Christopher Allen
Questions and Answers
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