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- Introductory remarks on the law of evidence
- 1. Relevance and admissibility of evidence
- 2. Presumptions and the burden of proof
- 3. Witnesses: competence, compellability, and various privileges
- 4. The course of the trial
- 5. Witnesses’ previous consistent statements and the remnants of the rule against narrative
- 6. Character and credibility
- 7. Evidence of the defendant’s bad character
- 8. The opinion rule and the presentation of expert evidence
- 9. The rule against hearsay
- 10. Confessions
- 11. Drawing adverse inferences from a defendant’s omissions, lies, or false alibis
- 12. Identification evidence