Subject Index

Publication Date01 December 2003
DOI10.1350/ijep.7.4.285.21943
SubjectSubject Index
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admissibility of evidence
Criminal Justice Bill ............. 148–50
evidence infringing privacy .. 274–5
expert evidence ..................... 172–84
improperly obtained evidence ........
.............................................. 43–9, 198
prior determination ............... 202–3
qualified identifications ........ 130–6
surreptitious interrogation
.................................................. 137–41
anti-social behaviour orders
right to a fair trial and ........... 69–70
standard of proof ......................... 147
bad character evidence
Criminal Justice Bill ............... 148–9
burden of persuasion .......................5–8
burden of production ...................... 8–9
burden of proof
undue influence ................... 221–36
character evidence
Criminal Justice Bill ............... 148–9
children’s evidence ..... 145, 203–4, 207
civil presumptions
United States .............................. 1–30
civil standard of proof
Australia.................................. 279–80
co-defendant’s evidence
warning ......................................... 280
compellability of witnesses
delay of marriage ............ 143, 191–6
parents .......................................... 206
conferences ................................. 67, 209
confessions
cell confessions
Jamaica ...................................... 197
Police and Criminal Evidence Act
.........................................................197
counselling records ......................... 204
covert surveillance
deficiencies of disclosure regime
.................................................... 104–6
criminal procedure
reform
South Africa ................... 68–9, 143
criminal standard of proof
Canada .......................................... 279
cross-examination
hearsay evidence ..................... 204–5
prior inconsistent statements
............................................205, 278–9
sexual offence cases ....62–6, 67, 142
victim’s motives .......................... 206
DNA evidence
reform ............................... 142, 281–2
disclosure of evidence
counselling records .................... 204
Criminal Justice Bill .................... 150
deficiencies ............................ 102–29
documentary evidence
privilege against self-incrimination
and ........................................... 42–3
double jeopardy
Criminal Justice Bill .................... 150
ear-print evidence ........................ 177–9
electronic communications
application of rules of evidence
reform ........................................ 142
entrapment
impact of Human Rights Act
................................................... 49– 52
exculpatory statements
Police and Criminal Evidence Act
.........................................................197
(2003) 7 E&P 285–302
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INDEXES
expert evidence
evidence of fact and opinion
....................................... 264–9, 276–7
failure to call ............................ 277–8
scrutiny of .............................. 172–84
eyewitness evidence
US Guide for Law Enforcement
.................................................. 237–63
fact, issues of
law/fact distinction ............... 153–71
fair trial
anti-social behaviour orders and
.................................................... 69–70
surreptitious interrogation and
.................................................. 137–41
trial judge’s role .............................67
false statements
inferences to be drawn from 144–5
finality rule ................................... 278–9
forensic evidence
reviews ........................................... 148
statistical evidence.................. 276–7
hearsay evidence
Criminal Justice Bill ............. 149–50
cross-examination and ........... 204–5
hearsay by implication........... 277–8
implied statements ................. 270–3
human rights
anti-social behaviour orders . 69–70
entrapment .............................. 49–52
fair trial
anti-social behaviour orders and
................................................ 69–70
surreptitious interrogation and
.............................................. 137–41
trial judge’s role .........................67
improperly obtained evidence
.............................................. 43–9, 198
pre-trial silence .............. 34–7, 143–4
reverse-onus provisions.......... 56–60
self-incrimination
privilege against .................. 37–43
sexual history evidence
........................................52–6, 75–101
silence
inferences to be drawn from
...................................... 34–7, 143–4
identification procedures
eyewitness evidence
US Guide for Law Enforcement. ..
.............................................. 237–63
qualified identifications ........ 130–6
implied statements...................... 270–3
improperly obtained evidence
impact of Human Rights Act
.............................................. 43–9, 198
judicial notice ................................10–12
law, issues of
law/fact distinction ............... 153–71
legal professional privilege
conditional fee agreements
................................................ 199–200
Director of Public Prosecutions
.................................................... 200–1
documents not communicated to a
lawyer ............................ 146–7, 198
imputed waiver ....................... 280–1
inconsistent use........................... 201
seized documents ........................ 146
lies
inferences to be drawn from 144–5
New Zealand Law Reform Commission
reports........................................ 142–3
‘oath-helping’ ................................... 203
Ockham’s Razor .................................. 28

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