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Preface 1 An Introduction to the Law of Evidence 2 The Burdens and Standards of Proof 3 Testimony of Witnesses 4 Courseof Trial 5 Corroboration, Lies, Care Warnings and Identification Evidence 6 Silence: Drawing Adverse Inferences Against the Defendant 7 Character and Convictions 8 Hearsay: the Rule, Exceptions under the Civil Evidence Act 1995 and at Common Law 9 Statutory Exceptions to the Hearsay rule in Criminal Cases 10 Hearsay: civil cases 11 Confessions 12 Evidence Obtained by Illegal or Unfair Means 13 Opinion Evidence 14 Disclosure of Evidence and Protection from Disclosure: Privilege and Public Interest Immunity Index
Authors: Emma Washbourne is Senior Lecturer in law at Birmingham City University. Beverley Hopkins (BA, LLB, LLM) is Senior Lecturer at the University of Central England. Chris Turner LLM is a qualified barrister and a Senior Lecturer in Law at Wolverhampton University.He has taught law at all levels. He is also series editor of Unlocking the Law and Key Cases, both published by Hodder Arnold. Jacqueline Martin LLM has ten years' experience as a practising barrister and has taught law at all levels. She is also series editor of Unlocking the Law and Key Cases, both published by Hodder Arnold.