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Critical perspectives on the uniform evidence law

Author: Andrew J Roberts; Jeremy Gans
Publisher: Annandale, N.S.W. Federation Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

A collection of writing by the leading academics and practitioners in the field. It provides sustained critical analysis of a range of issues, including the implications of adoption of the  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew J Roberts; Jeremy Gans
ISBN: 9781760021368 1760021369
OCLC Number: 978290349
Notes: Table of cases: pages xii-xvii.
Table of statutes: pages xviii-xxiv.
Description: xxiv, 263 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction Andrew Roberts and Jeremy Gans 1. The Uniform Evidence Law in the Islands Jeremy Gans 2. Adoption of the Uniform Evidence Legislation: So Far and No Further? Andrew Hemming 3. Uniform Evidence Law and the Common Law Stephen Odgers 4. Probative Value, Reliability, and Rationality Andrew Roberts 5. Knowing Experts? Section 79, Forensic Science Evidence and the Limits of `Training, Study or Experience' Gary Edmond and Kristy A Martire 6. The Application of the Uniform Evidence Law to Delay in Child Sexual Assault Trials Annie Cossins and Jane Goodman-Delahunty 7. The Admissibility of Complaint Evidence: Focusing on Time is a Waste of Time Miiko Kumar 8. Judicial Warnings About Unreliable Evidence: Why, When and How? John Anderson 9. `Tendency Evidence' and `Coincidence Evidence' in the Criminal Trial: What's the Difference? David Hamer 10. Confessions and Admissions Under the UEL Mark Weinberg 11. Updating Beliefs: Rethinking the Regulation of Identification Evidence Under the UEL Mehera San Roque 12. A Question of `Desirability': Balancing and Improperly Obtained Evidence in Comparative Perspective Andrew L-T Choo 13. Assessing a Person's Truthfulness on Either Side of the Tasman: Comparing Concepts of Credibility and Veracity Elisabeth McDonald
Responsibility: editors, Andrew Roberts, Jeremy Gans.


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