Evidence, Proof and Justice: Legal Philosophy and the Provable in English Courts
by Solomon E. Salako
Publisher: BookBoon 2010
Number of pages: 110
A lot has happened in the last decade on rationalising the congeries of rules of evidence applied in English courts. It is the object of this book to use legal philosophy to analyse the transformation of the rules of evidence in English courts with a view to teasing out the benefits and portents of the transformation and proffering suggestions for reform.
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