Adams on Criminal Law - Evidence - Westlaw NZ

Adams on Criminal Law - Evidence - Westlaw NZ

Richard Mahoney

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Description

Adams on Criminal Law: Evidence is a detailed commentary and analysis of New Zealand law as it relates to evidence in criminal matters.

Published to provide information after the major reforms to New Zealand evidence law by the Evidence Act 2006, this service is part of New Zealand’s leading criminal law work Adams on Criminal Law. Since its first edition in 1964, Adams has become an indispensable, practical guide for the judiciary, defence, prosecution, corporate lawyers, police, academics and students.

The focus on criminal evidence makes Adams on Criminal Law: Evidence an excellent resource for criminal law practitioners, prosecutors, and anyone who is required to research the law of criminal evidence in New Zealand. The practical focus makes this a resource which both recognises the demands of the courtroom and also provides a scholarly analysis of criminal evidence.

Fully consolidated legislation is kept constantly up-to-date and expert section-by-section commentary ensures this service is current and relevant. This is an authoritative and highly accessible legal commentary on one of the most dynamic areas of law in New Zealand.

Subscribers to the full Adams on Criminal Law service receive this service automatically as part of their subscription. Adams on Criminal Law: Evidence may be purchased independently of the full Adams service.

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Features

Please note the online contents differs slightly from the looseleaf version. See online media type below for more details

Evidence Act 2006

  • Introduction to the Evidence Act 2006
  • Evidence Act 2006 with section-by-section analysis
  • Evidence in Criminal Cases

Discursive Commentary

  • Introduction
  • Burden of Proof
  • Cross-Examination of the Accused and Other Witnesses
  • Confessions
  • The Judges’ Rules
  • The Right of Silence before Trial
  • Identification Evidence
  • Evidence of Similar Facts - Accused’s Character
  • Res Gestae
  • Hearsay
  • Prior Inconsistent Statements - Hostile Witnesses and Cross-Examination on Documents
  • Prior Consistent Statements
  • Refreshing Memory
  • Opinion Evidence
  • Failure to Testify
  • Lies Told by an Accused Person
  • Evidence of Child (or Mentally Handicapped) Complainants
  • Questioning Children and Young Persons
  • Former Section 23A Evidence Act 1908 - Evidence of the Sexual History of a Sexual Offence Complainant
  • Privilege
  • Corroboration - Judicial Warnings - Accomplice as Prosecution Witness

Evidence Regulations

  • Evidence Regulations 2007
  • Evidence (Recognition of Overseas Practitioners) Order 2008
  • Evidence Act 1908 (Repealed)
  • Archived Commentary: Evidence in Criminal Cases pre-2006

  • Table of Statutes and Regulations

  • Table of Cases
  • Subject Index

Media Types

Looseleaf

A one off book and contents charge will apply for initial set up which covers the cost of the binder(s) and all current looseleaf content to date. All monthly or annual subscription pricing includes all updates issued during the applicable subscription duration.

Online

The following is the complete contents for the online version of this product:

Contents

Evidence Act 2006

  • Introduction to the Evidence Act 2006
  • Evidence Act 2006 with section-by-section analysis

Evidence in Criminal Cases

  • Introduction
  • Burden of Proof
  • Cross-Examination of the Accused and Other Witnesses
  • Confessions
  • The Judges’ Rules
  • The Right of Silence before Trial
  • Identification Evidence
  • Evidence of Similar Facts - Accused’s Character
  • Res Gestae
  • Hearsay
  • Prior Inconsistent Statements - Hostile Witnesses and Cross-Examination on Documents
  • Prior Consistent Statements
  • Refreshing Memory
  • Opinion Evidence
  • Failure to Testify
  • Lies Told by an Accused Person
  • Evidence of Child (or Mentally Handicapped) Complainants
  • Questioning Children and Young Persons
  • Former Section 23A Evidence Act 1908 - Evidence of the Sexual History of a Sexual Offence Complainant
  • Privilege
  • Corroboration - Judicial Warnings - Accomplice as Prosecution Witness

Evidence Regulations

  • Evidence Regulations 2007
  • Evidence (Recognition of Overseas Practitioners) Order 2008

  • Evidence Act 1908 (Repealed)

  • Archived Commentary: Evidence in Criminal Cases pre-2006
  • Table of Statutes and Regulations
  • Table of Cases
  • Subject Index
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