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From DNA profiling to consideration of the accused's previous conduct, the law of evidence is a fascinating amalgam of logic, common sense, philosophy and tactics. Evidence explains the fundamentals and looks at the principles behind it.
RAYMOND N. EMSON, LLM, Barrister, is a Lawyer in the Government Legal Service specialising in the criminal law and the law of criminal evidence. He also contributes on a part-time basis to the teaching of Evidence at King's College London, UK.