Treats the contemporary law of evidence and provides comprehensive account of a complex subject. This fifth edition examines the theory of the law of evidence as well as its practical application, placing the emphasis, wherever possible, on discussion and modern aspects of the subject.
"The Modern Law of Evidence" is a lucid treatment of the contemporary law of evidence and is recognised as an unusually clear and comprehensive account of a complex subject. This fifth edition again examines the theory of the law of evidence as well as its practical application, placing the emphasis, wherever possible, on recent discussion and modern aspects of the subject.
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1. Introduction; 2. Preliminaries; 3. The burden and standard of proof; 4. Witnesses; 5. Examination-in-Chief; 6. Cross-examination and re-examination; 7. Corroboration and care warnings; 8. Documentary and real evidence; 9. Hearsay: The rule of exclusion; 10. Hearsay admissible at common law; 11. Hearsay admissible by statute in civil proceedings; 12. Hearsay admissible by statute in criminal proceedings (other than confessions); 13. Confessions; 14. Statutory influences from an accused's silence or conduct; 15. Evidence of character; 16. Similar fact evidence; 17. Opinion evidence; 18. Public policy; 19. Privilege; 20. Estoppel; 21. Judgments as evidence of the facts upon which they were based; 22. Proof of facts without evidence; Index
The Modern Law of Evidence by Adrian Keane
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