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Uniform Evidence


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Uniform Evidence Third Edition sets out the rules of evidence as they apply to Australian courts in an accessible and student-orientated style. Focused entirely on the uniform evidence legislations, this is an ideal text for all those studying evidence in the federal courts and in the courts of the Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory, New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria.

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ISBN 9780190313722




Weight 0.936 kg
Dimensions 2.8 × 17.4 × 24.6 cm


Uniform Evidence introduces the uniform evidence legislation as implemented by the Commonwealth, New South Wales, Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania, the Northern Territory and Norfolk Island.It illustrates the practical applications of evidence law with case examples, summarises complex legal rules with flowcharts, and provides in-depth case analysis to help students explore and understand the underlying principles of evidence law.Now in its third edition, this book explains, analyses and critiques uniform evidence law in a manner that can be readily and easily understood by all those interested in the law of evidence.New to this EditionUpdated to reflect all amendments to the uniform evidence legislationIncorporates significant new cases on documents, credibility evidence, and privilegeIncludes analysis of recent developments on the issue of probative valueAddresses the latest High Court judgment on tendency evidence in sexual casesChapters updated and restructured in response to the latest developments, including: means of evidence with a focus on witnesses, documents and real evidenceopinion evidence including extended analysis of the law concerning expert evidencethe hearsay rule and its exceptions

About the author
Jeremy Gans is a Professor in the Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. Andrew Palmer is a Barrister at Law and Associate Professor in the Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. Andrew Roberts is an Associate Professor in the Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne.

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