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Published by Queensland Law Reform Commission in [Brisbane] .
Written in English


  • Child witnesses -- Australia -- Queensland.,
  • Evidence, Criminal -- Australia -- Queensland.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesEvidence of children
SeriesWP -- no. 53., Working paper (Queensland. Law Reform Commission) -- no. 53.
LC ClassificationsKUD46.8 .W67 no. 53
The Physical Object
Pagination283 p. ;
Number of Pages283
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18693228M
ISBN 10072427734

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Contents Evidence Act Page 2 Authorised by the Parliamentary Counsel 14A Meaning of protected counselling communication More information about evidence. Evidence has to be relevant to the issues in the appeal. If the evidence of a witness or a document will not assist the Court to determine the appeal before it, that evidence will not be received by the Court. The rules that govern the giving of evidence in South Australia are set out in the Evidence Act The Supreme Court Library provides access to decisions from Queensland Courts and Tribunals, via CaseLaw. Decisions are supplied by Judges and Magistrates and are published within 24 hours of receipt by the Library. Get help using the CaseLaw database. Send CaseLaw feedback. Notice something new with our search? New CaseLaw search. Forensic evidence is generally considered to be strong and reliable evidence and alongside helping to convict criminals, its role in exonerating the innocent has been well documented. The term “forensic” means “for the courts”. Its use in workplace investigations is generally limited to serious cases that may end up in court.