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Statements Made in the Presence of the Accused Tape-recording of Confessions The Requirement of Reliability The ‘Unfairness’ Discretion

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Evidence law Criminal Procedure Hearsay Criminal investigation Confession Evidence Detective Admission Law of evidence in South Africa Miranda warning
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] (b) Adverse to the person's interest in the outcome of the proceeding.’ [it is the Statement that not supported the person in proceeding, but against the person’s i/t. [so a person made a statement on a prior interest that is adverse to his i/t] eg: ‘ I shot the person and I want him to die.’ Eg: in the civil case , person admitting owing debt is adverse to the person i/t on the proceedings recovering the amount.] The person who made the representation is in vulnerable position. – (Long detention ) The danger that people under...
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