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フィプソンの英国証拠法 第19版

Phipson on Evidence, 19th Edition

Hodge M. Malek (General Editor)

1 vol. Hard., 2017年12月刊 (The Common Law Library)

Sweet & Maxwell, GBR. ISBN: 9780414065529

¥84,443

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1892年に初版が刊行された英国証拠法の代表的体系書の最新版。近年の制定法と判例法の進展を踏まえて、民事および刑事手続における証拠法制度と実務を解説。

【Table of Contents】

Introduction

Defining the issues Judicial notice

Admissions

Estoppels

Burden and standard of proof

Relevance admissibility and weight; previous and subsequent existence of facts; the best evidence rule

Attendance of witnesses: witness summonses and letters of request

Competence and compellability, oath and affirmation

Evidence taken or served before trial; duty to disclose

Rules of evidence relating to the course of a trial: general

Rules of evidence relating to the course of a trial: Examination of witnesses

Evidence taken after trial

Corroboration and supporting evidence Identification

Physical conditions, states of mind and emotions

Character: general and introductory

Good character

Bad character of the accused (prosecution aspects)

Bad character of the accused (defence aspects)

Bad character of the co-accused

Bad character of persons other than the accused

Privilege: legal professional privilege

Privilege: other forms of privilege

Facts excluded by public policy

Loss and abuse of privilege

The implied undertaking

The rule against hearsay

Hearsay in civil proceedings

Hearsay in criminal proceedings

Res gestae and certain other exceptions to the hearsay rule in criminal proceedings

Common law exceptions to the rule against hearsay: evidence of reputation or family tradition; published works; public information; bankers’ books; ancient documents

Opinion and expert evidence

Restrictions on the right to silence: introduction

Confessions Statements in the presence, and documents in the possession, of a party

Agency, partnership, companies common purpose, acting in a capacity

Judicial discretion to admit or exclude evidence

Probates, verdicts, awards, inquisitions, pleadings, writs and depositions in former trials

Authorship and execution; attestation; ancient documents; connected and incorporated documents; alterations and blanks; registration stamps, etc. Contents of documents generally: primary and secondary evidence, contents of particular documents; public, judicial and private

Exclusion of extrinsic evidence in substitution of, to contradict, vary, or add to documents

Admission of extrinsic evidence in aid of interpretation and to rebut presumptions

Judgments

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