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Raitt on Evidence: Principles, Policy and Practice

Raitt on Evidence: Principles, Policy and Practice
3rd Edition
Practice Area:  Evidence
ISBN:  9780414032958
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  24 Aug 2018
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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The latest update to Fiona Raitt’s successful title continues to provide a clear and concise analysis of the Scottish law of evidence.

Edited by Eamon Keane and Fraser Davidson, this 3rd edition builds on the previous approach to the treatment of this legal area, providing context for the way in which the law of evidence is developing both within the courts and Scottish policy-making and legislation.

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1. The Adversarial Process
2. The Conceptual Framework
3. Witnesses: Competence, Compellability and Vulnerability
4. Expert Witnesses and Opinion Evidence
5. Burdens and Standards of Proof in Criminal Proceedings
6. Burdens and Standards of Proof in Civil Proceedings
7. Presumptions
8. Proof and Sufficiency of Evidence
9. Confession Evidence
10. Evidence Obtained Unlawfully or Improperly
11. Hearsay
12. Character Evidence
13. Privilege
14. Judicial Notice
15. Judicial Admissions and Res Judicata
16. The Criminal Trial
17. The Civil Proof
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