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Phipson on Evidence - 18th Edition, Mainwork & 1st Supplement

Phipson on Evidence - 18th Edition, Mainwork & 1st Supplement
Hodge M Malek QC
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Phipson on Evidence is the leading work on civil and criminal evidence. It examines in depth all aspects of the complex principles and procedures which make up the law on evidence and can be relied upon to resolve even the most difficult issues.

Format: Hardback, eBook - ProView

This 18th edition covers the continuing impact of the changes brought about by the Civil Procedure Rules, the Criminal Procedure Rules and all related legislation, and examines a wide range of important new case law, both civil and criminal.

The one-stop source of definitive guidance on both civil and criminal evidence
Deals with the entire breadth of the subject, from admissions, estoppels and the burden and standard of proof to confession evidence, expert evidence and documentary evidence.
Examines evidence taken or served prior to a trial, the rules of evidence during the course of a trial and the examination of witnesses
Explores good and bad character, and hearsay
Analyses privilege and facts excluded by public policy
Covers judicial discretion to admit or exclude evidence
Includes a chapter on statistical and survey evidence
Shows how the law works in practice through detailed discussion of case law
Considers a wide range of Commonwealth decisions
Includes the first supplement, which:
Summarises significant new cases on evidence of identification, including R. v Lariba (identification by police officers from youtube footage) and R. v Ferdinand and others (identification from walking gait)
Covers new case law on the res gestae doctrine, including Barnaby v DPP, where the doctrine is treated as an alternative gateway to s.114(1)(d) of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 for the admission of hearsay evidence
Discusses when the prosecution might be entitled to rely on an out-of-court statement by one defendant as part of its case against a co-defendant by analysing cases such as R v Amin and Litako v S
Considers the limits of estoppel in relation to registered dispositions of land and the recent decision of the Supreme Court in North East Property Buyers Litigation
Considers recent decisions on the role of estoppel and the interrelation with the formalities for deeds under the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989: Bank of Scotland Plc v Waugh and Gleeds Retirement Benefits Scheme
Covers the new Criminal Procedure Rules in effect from 5 October 2015 together with new Criminal Practice Directions [2015] EWCA Crim 430
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