Subject Index

Date01 December 2004
Publication Date01 December 2004
DOI10.1350/ijep.2004.8.4.267
SubjectSubject Index
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accomplice evidence
Canada .......................................... 198
see also co-accused
admissibility of evidence
co-accused’s confession ...... 165–178
computer evidence ..................... 203
deliberations of a jury ....... 136–137
demeanour evidence .......... 140–141
expert evidence
factitious disorder by proxy
........................................... 251–253
false memory syndrome 200–201
lip-readers ....................... 248–251
usurping functions of jury
........................................... 251–253
witness credibility .......... 215–232
hearsay evidence
co-conspirators ..........................71
right to a fair trial.............. 69–71
implied statements .......................68
improperly obtained real evidence
............................................... 77–99
out-of-court statements by co-
accused ............................. 141–142
similar fact evidence .............. 31–46
affirmations
New Zealand ................................ 259
alibi defence
late disclosure ..................... 120–129
anti-social behaviour orders
standard of proof ..................... 74–75
Australia
blind or deaf jurors ..................... 259
contempt of court ....................... 204
cross-examination in sexual
offence cases ............................. 144
determination of facts ............... 135
double jeopardy ................... 144–145
expert evidence usurping functions
of jury ............................... 251–252
forensic procedures ...................... 145
juror misconduct ....... 136–137, 257
lip-reading evidence ........... 250–251
prejudicial media publicity ....... 144
privilege against self-incrimination
...................................... 71–73, 143
protection of security sensitive
information ................... 202–203
bad character evidence
cross-examination of witnesses
.......................................... 233–239
burden of proof
Scotland ......................................... 144
CCTV evidence see video evidence
Canada
accomplice evidence ................... 198
admissibility of hearsay evidence
co-conspirators ..........................71
civil procedure ............................. 204
legal professional privilege
lawyers’ invoices ............. 138–140
legal advice ..................... 191–198
legal opinions ................ 255–256
search of lawyer’s premises
.......................................... 138–139
prosecution disclosure ...... 199–200
children
abuse cases
expert medical evidence ....... 260
non-accidental injury or death
adverse inferences to be drawn
............................................... 75–76
civil procedure
Canada .......................................... 204
classified evidence ................... 202–203
co-accused
adducing confession of ...... 165–178
out-of-court statements ..... 141–142
see also accomplice evidence
co-conspirators
admissibility of hearsay evidence . 71
computer evidence
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admissibility ................................ 203
confessions
adducing confession of co-accused
........................................... 165–178
confrontation right ..... 1–30, 147–164,
240–247, 256–257
conspiracy
hearsay evidence ............................ 71
contempt of court
Australia ....................................... 204
criminal procedure
reform ................................... 258–259
safeguards against mistaken
identification .................. 100–119
criminal standard of proof
anti-social behaviour orders ... 74–75
Scotland ......................................... 144
cross-examination
bad character evidence ..... 233–239
out-of-court statements by co-
accused ............................. 141–142
sexual offence cases ..................... 144
DNA evidence
Australia ........................................ 145
Eire ................................................. 259
New Zealand ................................. 143
United Kingdom .......................... 259
United States ............................... 259
decision-making
similar fact evidence .............. 31–46
demeanour evidence
admissibility ........................ 140–141
disclosure of evidence
equality of arms principle .. 130–134
fraud cases ..................................... 145
legal professional privilege . 253–255
prosecution’ s duty to disclose ........
.......................................... 199–200
public interest immunity .. 179–185,
201–202, 253–255
double jeopardy
Australia ............................... 144–145
Eire
DNA evidence ............................... 259
equality of arms principle..... 130–134
European evidence warrant .......... 202
expert evidence
child abuse cases ......................... 260
factitious disorder by proxy
.......................................... 251–253
false memory syndrome.... 200–201
lip-readers ............................ 248–251
usurping functions of jury . 251–253
witness credibility ............... 215–232
eyewitness identification
procedural safeguards ........ 100–119
stressful conditions .................... 257
fact, issues of
law/fact distinction ................ 47–61
factitious disorder by proxy .. 251–253
facts, determination of
support of pleadings required .. 13 5
fair trial
hearsay evidence ..................... 69–71
jury secrecy rule ...................186–190
non-disclosure of evidence . 130–134
prejudicial media publicity ....... 144
prosecution disclosure ...... 199–200
public interest immunity .. 179–185
trial judge’s role ................. 130–134
false memory syndrome ........ 200–201
forensic procedures
Australia ........................................ 145
fraud trials
pre-trial disclosure ....................... 145
hearsay evidence
admissibility
co-conspirators ...............................71
right to a fair trial .................. 69–71
confrontation right .. 1–30, 147–164,
240–247, 256–257
implied statements .......................68
Hong Kong
judicial discretion to call a witness
......................................................75
human rights
confrontation right ................ 13–14
fair trial

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