Subject Index

Publication Date01 December 2005
DOI10.1350/ijep.2005.9.4.308
SubjectSubject Index
308 THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE & PROOF
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abuse of process
lost/destroyed evidence .................... 158–82
accomplice evidence
discretion to exclude ........................139–40
warning t o jury .................................... 138–9
admissibility of evidence
accomplice evidence ....................... 138–140
confessions .................................... 140, 221–6
demeanour evidence ...........................137–8
expert opinion ...................... 101–6, 239–68
general expert testimony ..................260–1
hearsay evidence ................ 110–25, 217–18
obtained under torture ................... 55–60,
126–31, 303–4
out-of-court statements .................... 217–18
statements of intention ...................2 17–18
adverse inferences see silence: inferences to
be drawn from
alternative dispute resolution
law reform .....................................................70
attorney–client privilege
law reform ...................................................237
Australia
accomplice evidence ............................ 138–9
destruction of evidence ...........................30 2
directions in sex offence cases ....267, 30 5
document destruction ............................. 143
evidence law reform .................. 144–5, 304
evidence of error by jury ................... 141–2
evidence of motive.................................. 64–5
expert opinion ....................................... 302–3
medical confidentiality......................... 68–9
objection to evidence................................ 2 29
privilege against self-incrimination ...237
rule in Brown v Dunn and ......................... 66
spousal incrimination privilege ......296–8
statements of intention ...................2 17–18
bad character evidence
rape cases................................................... 22–5
breach of duty
post-accident remedial measures........... 6 9
broadcasting court proceedings ................ 144
burden of proof
admissibility of confessions ................... 140
evidence obtained under torture .....60–1
reverse burden of proof
child pornography cases................ 40–6
Canada
admissibility of confessions .............. 221–2
civil justice reforms .................................. 144
cultural evidence ............................... 73–109
demeanour evidence ...........................137–8
destruction of evidence ...........................23 6
expert opinion ....................................... 101–6
hearsay evidence ..................................... 93–8
judicial notice ..................................... 98–101
litigants in person .....................................305
miscarriages of justice .............................2 35
post-accident remedial measures........... 6 9
pre-trial disclosure..................................... 3 06
sentencing based on inadmissible
statements .............................................2 33
similar fact evidence ........................... 135–7
child pornography
balancing rights ...................................29–49
Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation
Syndrome (CSAAS) ..............................251–6
child witnesses
reliability in abuse cases .................... 142–3
special measures
fair trial and ....................................291–5
monitoring of applications ..... 269–90
China
confessions obtained under torture
............................................................... 303–4
jury trials ......................................................145
civil justice reforms......................................... 144
civil trials
law reform ...................................................236
closed evidence
terrorism cases ................................... 126–31
codification
criminal procedure ..................................30 4
confessions
admissibility ................... 140, 221–6, 303–4
cot death
expert witnesses .................................... 69–70
counsel
duty to set record straight ............. 229–30
failure to object to evidence ..................229
court proceedings
televising ....................................................... 144
criminal evidence
law reform ...................................................237
criminal procedure
codification ..................................................3 04
harmonisation of rights .........................2 36
pre-trial.......................................................... 3 05
CSAAS (Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation
Syndrome) ............................................... 251–6
cultural evidence ..................................... 73–109
demeanour evidence
admissibility ............................................ 137–8
destruction of evidence
fair trial and ............................. 158–82, 302
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