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Briefcase on Evidence
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Briefcase on Evidence (Paperback)

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The Law of Evidence has undergone significant changes over the last five years. Legislative reform has included new rules on the right to silence, hearsay evidence, the evidence of children and much more. There have also been numerous decisions by the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords which have sought to interpret, apply and develop the legislative framework further. In particular, recent cases have dealt with the interpretation and application of important legislation in relation to, for instance, the right to remain silent and the use of improperly obtained evidence. This volume contains notes on all these major cases and also includes the relevant legislation changes, such as the new rules in relation to the examination of complainants in cases of secual offences as contained in the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999.

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Edward Phillips, LLB, BCL, has taught evidence widely at the Universities of Buckingham, Hull and Malaya, and is now Principal Lecturer in Law at the University of Greenwich.

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