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Paper presented at the NATO conference on Child Witnesses, Italy.

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An Evaluation of the use of CCTV Surveillance Cameras in Airdrie Town Centre.

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Recent papers in Child witnesses. Evidence and the Child Witness 71-74 This article examines aspects of the South African criminal justice system which are of particular relevance to the child witness, and the reception of testimony by the court more. Putting the Case, in Every Case. Evidence and the Child Witness 71-74 This article examines aspects of the South African criminal justice system which are of particular relevance to the child witness, and the reception of testimony by the court.

The Evaluation of Children's Hearings in Scotland: Children in Focus v. 3. Lorraine Waterhouse.

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Unlike lay witnesses, expert witnesses may express opinions or draw . The Court upheld the use of closed-circuit television to shield children who testify in criminal courts.

Unlike lay witnesses, expert witnesses may express opinions or draw conclusions in their testimony. Something that is not based on the personal knowledge of a witness. Witnesses who testify about something they have heard, for example, are offering hearsay by repeating information about a matter of which they have no direct knowledge. Some subpoenas mandate that books, papers, and other items be surrendered to the court.


Live Television Link: An Evaluation of Its Use by Child Witnesses in Scottish Criminal Trials (Central Research Unit Papers) download epub
Psychology & Counseling
Author: Kathleen Murray
ISBN: 0748012591
Category: Health, Fitness & Dieting
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: TSO (May 19, 1995)
Pages: 55 pages