Evidence explains the principles of the law of evidence in a concise and comprehensible manner and details ways in which these principles have been affected in this jurisdiction by the human rights guarantees contained in the Irish Constitution. It covers many evidential issues recently featured in the media, such as the status of accomplice evidence, the doctrine of parliamentary privilege and the admissibility of confessions made by an accused while in garda custody.
Publisher: Round Hall Ltd
Number of pages: 387
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