Uniform Evidence Law 10E is the leading Australian guide to uniform evidence legislation, widely used by practitioners and students alike. This edition incorporates a wide range of new developments over the past two years, including: the extension of uniform evidence laws to the A.C.T. and the Northern Territory; key High Court judgments, including those relating to opinion and expert evidence, such as Dasreef Pty Ltd v Hawchar and Lithgow City Council v Jackson; judicial analysis and application of major changes to the UEL following ALRC Report 102, such as to the 'fresh in the memory' test and limitations on the 'Longman warning'; detailed consideration of the ongoing question of when a witness may be said to 'object' to giving evidence on the basis of potential self-incrimination; decisions concerning the circumstances in which privilege may be lost; discussion of numerous appellate judgements in NSW and Victoria regarding tendency evidence and coincidence evidence; and reference to the recent judgments of the Victorian Court of Appeal regarding the rule in Browne v Dunn, particularly in criminal proceedings.
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