Blackstone's Statutes on Evidence
One of a series for the law degree based on research on the syllabuses of most of the law teaching establishments. These exam texts are for use throughout the year as well as during examinations. This text concentrates on evidence.
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||Law, Evidence, England
||National Law: Textbooks & Study Guides
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Prominence is given to statutes on criminal evidence in this book as the author's believe that it is the area of greater difficulty and importance to those who will read it. Included are every legislative provision that degree students, Bar students and Law Society Finalists will regard as essential in the search for the formula which provides sufficient knowledge of the subject to pass their respective examinations. Codes A to D inclusive of the Codes of Practice made pursuant to section 66 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 have recently been revised and approved by parliament and are included here because of their prime importance in the admissibility, inter alia, of confession evidence and wrongly obtained evidence. The statutory provisions (and the Codes) are printed in the form they were law on 14 December 1990. Michael O'Connell is the co-author of A Guide to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984) .
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