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|Statement||by Ian Freckelton and Hugh Selby.|
|LC Classifications||KU3656 .F74 1999|
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|Pagination||lii, 747 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||747|
|LC Control Number||00273630|
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As to the admissibility of expert evidence see generally: Pt Evidence Act and note the effect of s 60 of the Act; see also HG v The Queen () CLR ; Dasreef Pty Ltd v Hawchar () CLR at –; Wood v R () 84 NSWLR ; Honeysett v The Queen () CLR at –; Makita (Australia) Pty Ltd v Sprowles () 52 NSWLR at ; Taub v R [ Law Commission Report, Expert Evidence in Criminal Proceedings in England and Wales (Law Com No.
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The text is a reference, a guide, and a tool for discussion and debate. Parties wanting to use expert evidence and expert witnesses in a proceeding should be familiar with the Evidence Act (including Part ) and Part 23 of the Federal Court Rules (Rules).
The Federal Court has also issued a number of practice notes which provide guidance on the use of expert evidence, which parties and their lawyers should be familiar with before seeking to prepare.
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Its importance has been recognised by the inclusion of special rules relating to expert evidence in the Land Court Rules: Part 5 – Evidence.
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Expert witnesses. 7 Where, in any trial or other proceeding, criminal or civil, it is intended by the prosecution or the defence, or by any party, to examine as witnesses professional or other experts entitled according to the law or practice to give opinion evidence, not more than five of such witnesses may be called on either side without the leave of the court or judge or person presiding.
The exclusion of expert evidence on the basis that it is inadmissible at common law will be rare. Applications to exclude prosecution expert evidence can be made by the defence on the grounds that its prejudicial effect outweighs its probative value in accordance with section 78 PACE.
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5 Paciocco and Stuesser, The Law of Evidence, 6 th ed. (Irwin Law, ); Lederman, Bryant and Fuerst, The Law of Evidence in Canada, 3 rd ed. (LexisNexis, )(still referred to as Sopinka, Lederman and Bryant by many, as John. The third edition of Law for the Expert Witness is described by Daniel Bronstein as a primer on the role of the expert witness in the modern U.S.
court system. The book, which was written for professionals and students of various disciplines, including medicine, science, engineering, and industry, focuses on key situations that an expert witness may : Edward Poa.
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Anderson. Expert Evidence in Clinical Negligence also discusses the invaluable role of experts in the resolution of medical malpractice disputes by way of mediation. Relevant case law and the applicable Uniform Rules of Court are comprehensively discussed and set out in the footnotes for ease of Edition: 1st Edition.
This book takes the practitioner through all stages of the process from initial identification of the need for expert evidence, through to maximising the benefit of this evidence at trial.
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