Student Companion: Evidence, 3rd edition
The 3rd edition of Student Companion: Evidence contains concise summaries of the leading decisions that are covered in the study of evidence law.
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For this edition, Brenda Midson and, new author, Terry Singh, have incorporated the recent amendments to the Evidence Act brought about by the Evidence Amendment Act 2016, removed cases that are no longer essential and added a more practical perspective, ensuring that Student Companion: Evidence continues to be relevant and useful to students.
This easy-to-use study guide is an invaluable reference tool for students, designed to be used in conjunction with lecture notes and existing text materials. Every book in our Student Companion series collects the key cases and presents the facts, the decisions, and the principles, in language you can understand.
Downs et al, Cross on Evidence, 10th edition, 2017
Crimes Act 1961, 22nd edition, 2017
McGovern & Hill, Student Companion: Criminal Law, 6th edition, 2016
Dorset, Student Companion: Public Law, 6th edition, 2016
Table of contents
1. General principles
2. Questioning of witnesses
3. Evidence of veracity
4. Evidence of propensity
5. Hearsay evidence
6. Defendants statements and improperly obtained evidence
7. Silence of parties
8. Opinion evidence and expert evidence
9. Privilege and confidentiality
10. Eligibility and compellability of witnesses
11. Corroboration, judicial direction and judicial warnings