These notes are on the foundations and base knowledge of Evidence in English and Irish Law with a focus on Ireland (English law as persuasive law)
They contain separate documents relating to subjects in Evidence such as: The Burden of Proof in Irish Law, Examination in Chief, Improperly and Illegally obtained evidence, Obligation of the Gardai to Seek out and Preserve evidence, Opinion and Expert evidence, Witness Competence and Compellability and Relevance and Admissibility.
These notes are comprised from a mixture of sources such as reports by the Law Reform Commission, typed lecture notes, notes from tutorials and academic and legal books.
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