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Roberts & Zuckerman's Criminal Evidence 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9780198824480
To be Published: September 2022
Publisher: Oxford University Press USA
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £140.00
Paperback edition not yet published, ISBN13 9780198824497



Roberts and Zuckerman's Criminal Evidence is the eagerly-anticipated third of edition of the market-leading text on criminal evidence, fully revised to take account of developments in legislation, case-law, policy debates, and academic commentary during the decade since the previous edition was published.

With an explicit focus on the rules and principles of criminal trial procedure, Roberts and Zuckerman's Criminal Evidence develops a coherent account of evidence law which is doctrinally detailed, securely grounded in a normative theoretical framework, and sensitive to the institutional and socio-legal factors shaping criminal litigation in practice. The book is designed to be accessible to the beginner, informative to the criminal court judge or legal practitioner, and thought-provoking to the advanced student and scholar: a textbook and monograph rolled into one.

The book also provides an ideal disciplinary map and work of reference to introduce non-lawyers (including forensic scientists and other expert witnesses) to the foundational assumptions and technical intricacies of criminal trial procedure in England and Wales, and will be an invaluable resource for courts, lawyers and scholars in other jurisdictions seeking comparative insight and understanding of evidentiary regulation in the common law tradition.

Subjects:
Evidence
Contents:
1:Principles of Criminal Evidence
2:Procedural Framework of Adversarial Jury Trial
3:Admissible Evidence
4:Fact-finding and Proof
5:Fair Trial
6:Burdens of Proof and the Presumption of Innocence
7:Witness Testimony and the Principle of Orality
8:Criminal Trial Procedure: Examination-in-chief and Cross-examination
9:Hearsay
10:Vulnerable and Intimidated Witnesses
11:Expert Evidence
12:Confessions
13:The Accused's Privilege Against Self-incrimination
14:The Accused's Character and Extraneous Misconduct
15:Corroboration and Forensic Reasoning Rules
16:Criminal Evidence - Retrospective and Prospects