Cross on Evidence, 11th edition
The authoritative text on evidence law in New Zealand
Edited by The Honourable Justice Downs
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Sir Rupert Cross hoped his work would supply “the middle place” for students and practitioners, with theoretical discussion for the former and generous case law for the latter. The New Zealand eleventh edition of Cross on Evidence builds on the foundations set by Sir Rupert, as greatly added to by Dr Donald Mathieson QC over many years. The team of authors led by the Honourable Justice Mathew Downs considers fully the Evidence Act 2006 and all material case law. The eleventh edition also discusses cognate common law developments, thereby capturing the Act in its broader context.
• Annotated Evidence Act
• Reliable commentary
• Casey et al Annotated High Court Rules, 4th edition (2018)
• Murray A Practical Guide to Criminal Procedure in New Zealand, 2nd edition (2016)
• Hall Sentencing Law and Practice, 3rd edition (2014)
• Cross on Evidence (online resource)
Table of contents
The Evidence Act 2006 and associated commentary, taken from the Cross on Evidence looseleaf service.