OverviewUniform Evidence Law 11E provides Australia's leading guidance on the uniform evidence legislation for barristers, courts, litigators and students alike. Up to a quarter of the legislative provisions are reviewed in the courts annually, and there have been important new legislative developments as well. Since the last edition was published in June 2012, there have been critical developments which make it essential to have a current copy at hand, to stay abreast of developments. In regard to case law, important appellate judgments on a range of matters are considered. In terms of legislation, the Victorian law on judicial warnings to juries has been significantly modified by the Jury Directions Act 2013 and a new appendix excerpting the most pertinent sections of the Act is included. Also, in NSW, a new section has been inserted into the Act - Section 89A Evidence of Silence in Criminal Proceedings for Serious Indictable Offences. Uniform Evidence Law 11E again makes extensive reference to NSW and Victorian Bench books for guidance on judicial directions and includes relevant extracts from criminal procedure legislation from NSW and Victoria. With its popular and highly accessible annotated legislation format and comprehensive commentary on the ALRC foundations of the law, Uniform Evidence Law 11E is the authoritative resource on the evidence regimes in NSW, the Commonwealth, Victoria, Tasmania, the ACT and NT.