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Law of Evidence, 7/e

The Law of Evidence, by David M. Paciocco and Lee Stuesser, is Canada’s leading text in evidentiary law in both criminal and civil cases. For nearly two decades, it has been relied upon by … ; 713 View
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Preface

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Simplified and concise record of the main rules and principles of the law of evidence for the student and practitioner. ; 2 $0.20 Add
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Introduction

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Examination of the role of evidence law, its sources, trends, application in courts and tribunals, and enforcement. ; 26 $2.60 Add
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The Basics of Admissibility and the Evaluation of Evidence

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Examination of basic rules of admission or exclusion of evidence in relation to materiality, relevance, and weight. ; 26 $2.60 Add
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Character Evidence

Primary Materiality

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Examination of concepts of character evidence, including discreditable conduct, similar fact evidence, weighing probative value, assessing prejudice, and evidence of good character. ; 60 $6.00 Add
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Hearsay

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Examination of the general rule excluding an out-of-court statement adduced to prove the truth of its contents. ; 11 $1.10 Add
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Hearsay Exceptions

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Examination of prior inconsistent statements, prior identifications, prior testimony, prior convictions, admissions of a party, declarations against interest, dying declarations, declarations in … ; 71 $7.10 Add
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Opinion and Expert Evidence

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Examination of the general exclusionary rule of opinion evidence and exceptions to it, the lay opinion evidence rule, the ultimate evidence rule, and the presentation and evaluation of evidence … ; 41 $4.10 Add
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Privilege

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Examination of solicitor-client privilege, litigation privilege, spousal privilege, settlement negotiation privilege, case-by-case privilege, protection of third-person records in criminal cases, … ; 70 $7.00 Add
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Self-incrimination

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Examination of the privilege against self-incrimination, the self-incrimination protection of witnesses, the non-compellability of accused persons at their own trials, pre-trial rights to … ; 75 $7.50 Add
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Improperly Obtained Evidence

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Examination of the admissibility of improperly obtained evidence, both with and without a Charter violation, and in both civil and criminal trials. ; 56 $5.60 Add
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Methods of Presenting Evidence

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Examination of the concepts of competency and compellability, examination in chief, refreshing memory, cross-examination, real evidence, judicial notice, and special procedures for child witnesses. ; 87 $8.70 Add
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Secondary Materiality and Your Own Witness

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Examination of the processes of rehabilitating or challenging, but not bolstering, the credibility of your own witness; the accused as witness; secondarily material expert evidence; prior … ; 42 $4.20 Add
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Rules Relating to the Use of Admissible Evidence

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Examination of corroboration rules, presumptions of law, and burdens and standards of proof. ; 29 $2.90 Add
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Conclusions

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Analysis of the evolution towards, and the desirability of, a principled or purposive approach to the law of evidence. ; 9 $0.90 Add
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Table of Canadian Evidence Acts

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List of federal, provincial and territorial acts specific to evidence. ; 1 $0.10 Add