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Evidence Complete Course Notes -2016

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Content 1. Introduction to Criminal Procedure 2. Arrest and bail 3. Proof, presumptions, inferences 4. Relevance 5. Privilege 6. Witnesses 7. Credibility evidence 8. Documents and real evidence 9. Hearsay and admissions 10. Opinion evidence 11. Tendency and coincidence evidence 12. Character evidence 13. Exclusion of evidence 14. Judicial warnings, comments and directions about evidence

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Evidence law Law Hearsay Common law Evidence Relevance Admissible evidence Dying declaration Confession O'Brien v Chief Constable of South Wales Police R v Baker Marsh
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Evidence law Law Hearsay Common law Evidence Relevance Admissible evidence Dying declaration Confession O'Brien v Chief Constable of South Wales Police R v Baker Marsh
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Evidence – learn about how to get the facts into evidence that will help you prove your case. Laws of evidence apply in a forensic environment. THIS IS the province of the law of evidence. • ‘Procedural’ or ‘Adjectival’ law – facilitates the substantive rules of civil and criminal law by regulating the proof of facts so that those substantive laws can be applied to true facts – a ‘regulatory framework’ • Impact of rules about “admissibility” of evidence can often determine the outcome of a cas • Ideally, the law of evidence should be a wholly rational body of rules and principles designed to aid the courts in their discovery of the truth. II. THE SOURCES OF EVIDENCE LAW • Historically, the law of evidence...
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