Western Australian Evidence Law
Western Australian Evidence Law provides a clear and accessible explanation of all key concepts relating to evidence in civil and criminal matters in Western Australia.
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The text explains and discusses the common law rules of evidence as affected by the Evidence Act 1906 (WA). The commentary addresses the synthesis of the common law and statutory position to provide a very readable and accessible text that applies a logical and systematic approach to the introduction of each key topic.
The easy-to-navigate design supports a clear discussion and analysis of statutory provisions and leading cases to engage readers. To consolidate understanding, each chapter provides a set of self-test questions and a problem question in each of the civil and criminal jurisdictions.
To promote familiarity with the evidence rules applicable to practice in federal matters, the text also includes a comparative discussion of the position under the Commonwealth Evidence Act 1995, which forms the foundation of the Uniform Evidence Acts regime.
This book is an ideal introduction for students to the law of evidence and an excellent reference for Western Australian legal practitioners.
Field, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Evidence for Common Law States, 2nd ed, 2011
Field, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Uniform Evidence Law, 2012
Field, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Evidence for Common Law States, 2012
Anderson, Williams & Clegg, The New Law of Evidence, 2nd ed, 2009
Ligertwood & Edmond, Australian Evidence, 5th ed, 2010
Table of contents
- Nature, Sources and Function of the Law of Evidence
- Proof without New Evidence
- Types and Classifications of Evidence
- Competence and Compellability
- Oral Evidence
- Probity, Prejudice and Similar Fact Evidence
- Character Evidence in Relation to Accused Persons and Sexual Offence Complainants
- Hearsay at Common Law
- Hearsay under Statute
- Opinion Evidence, Identification and Corroboration
- Unlawfully Obtained Evidence
LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Uniform Evidence LawAUD$ 68.20
LexisNexis Case Summaries: Evidence for Common Law States (NT, Qld, SA & WA)AUD$ 42.00
The New Law of Evidence: Annotation and Commentary on the Uniform Evidence Acts - 2nd EditionAUD$ 185.90
LexisNexis Case Summaries: Uniform Evidence Law (ACT, Cth, VIC & TAS)AUD$ 42.00
Australian Evidence: A Principled Approach to the Common Law and the Uniform Acts, 5th EditionAUD$ 169.00
Quick Reference Card: Uniform Evidence Law, 2nd EditionAUD$ 16.50