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(p. 327) 17. Corroboration, the ‘Turnbull Guidelines’ and Opinion Evidence 

(p. 327) 17. Corroboration, the ‘Turnbull Guidelines’ and Opinion Evidence
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(p. 327) 17. Corroboration, the ‘Turnbull Guidelines’ and Opinion Evidence
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Martin Hannibal

and Lisa Mountford

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198858423.003.0017
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date: 04 December 2020

This chapter considers the nature of corroborative evidence; the situations where corroborative evidence is required as a matter of law; the situations where a corroboration warning might be given as a matter of judicial discretion; and the application of the ‘Turnbull guidelines’ in cases where eye-witness identification is disputed. It also explains the rules relating to opinion evidence and to expert opinion evidence in particular.

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