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Author: Jonathan Doak; Claire Mcgourlay; Mark Thomas
Publisher: Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Doak, Jonathan.
Evidence: Law and Context.
Milton : Taylor and Francis, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Doak; Claire Mcgourlay; Mark Thomas
ISBN: 9781351679541 1351679546
OCLC Number: 1024269773
Notes: 9.5 Practice questions.
Description: 1 online resource (513 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; List of figures and tables; Table of statutes; Table of statutory instruments; Table of international instruments; Table of codes of practice, guidance and practice directions; Table of cases; 1 Introduction: Basic Concepts; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Facts; 1.3 The concept of relevance; 1.4 The role of discretion; 1.5 Forms of evidence; 1.6 Human rights and the law of evidence; 1.7 The changing nature of evidence law; 1.8 Key learning points; 1.9 Suggested further reading; 2 The Adversarial Trial; 2.1 The course of the adversarial trial. 2.2 What makes the trial system adversarial?2.3 The rationale for the adversarial trial; 2.4 An alternative: the inquisitorial approach; 2.5 Caveat: the adversarial-inquisitorial spectrum; 2.6 Key learning points; 2.7 Practice questions; 2.8 Suggested further reading; 3 The Burden and Standard of Proof; 3.1 The legal and evidential burden: criminal trials; 3.2 Criminal trials: tarnishing the thread --
exceptions to Woolmington; 3.3 The impact of the Human Rights Act 1998; 3.4 Restoring the fundamental nature of the 'golden thread'?; 3.5 The burden of proof in civil cases. 3.6 The standard of proof3.7 Key learning points; 3.8 Practice questions; 3.9 Suggested further reading; 4 Witnesses I: Competency, Compellability and Oath Taking; 4.1 The oath; 4.2 Child witnesses; 4.3 Witnesses with cognitive and Learning disabilities; 4.4 The compellability of witnesses; 4.5 Key learning points; 4.6 Practice questions; 4.7 Suggested further reading; 5 Witnesses II: Vulnerable Witnesses; 5.1 The experiences of vulnerable witnesses; 5.2 Protecting vulnerable witnesses in criminal cases; 5.3 Other protections for witnesses in fear; 5.4 Vulnerable witnesses in civil cases. 5.5 Key learning points5.6 Practice questions; 5.7 Suggested further reading; 6 Witnesses III: Examination and Cross-examination; 6.1 Examination-in-chief; 6.2 Principles of cross-examination; 6.3 Re-examination; 6.4 Key learning points; 6.5 Practice questions; 6.6 Suggested further reading; 7 The Privilege against Self-incrimination and the Right to Silence; 7.1 The 'even terms' rule; 7.2 The nature and extent of the privilege in court; 7.3 The right to silence; 7.4 Section 35: the effect of not giving evidence; 7.5 Section 36 and section 37. 7.6 The privilege against self-incrimination in civil proceedings7.7 Concluding comment; 7.8 Key learning points; 7.9 Practice questions; 7.10 Suggested further reading; 8 Confession Evidence; 8.1 What constitutes a confession?; 8.2 The principle of exclusion; 8.3 Criteria for admissibility; 8.4 Admissions in civil proceedings; 8.5 Key learning points; 8.6 Practice questions; 8.7 Suggested further reading; 9 Improperly Obtained Evidence; 9.1 Exclusion at common Law (criminal cases); 9.2 Exclusion under PACE; 9.3 Exclusion of evidence in civil cases; 9.4 Key learning points.

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