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by Terence Anderson

Analysis of Evidence download ebook
Terence Anderson
Little Brown & Co Law & Business (June 1, 1991)
457 pages
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Terence Anderson is Professor of Law at the University of Miami.

Terence Anderson is Professor of Law at the University of Miami. David Schum is Professor of Law and of Systems Engineering at George Mason University and Honorary Professor of Evidence Science, University College London.

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Analysis of Evidence. Terence Anderson, David Schum, William Twining.

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by Terence Anderson, David Schum, William Twining. Designed as a flexible tool for undergraduate and postgraduate courses on evidence and proof, students, practitioners and teachers alike will find this book challenging but rewarding. Series: Law in Context.

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Analysis of Evidence by Terence Anderson 9780521673167 (Paperback, 2005) Delivery UK delivery is usually within 9 to 11 working days. Read full description. Analysis of Evidence by William Twining, David A. Schum, Terence Anderson (Paperback, 2005). Brand new: lowest price.

This book, which was formerly published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson, provides a practical approach to the arguments about questions of fact and the marshalling and evaluation of evidence at all stages of litigation. It covers the basic principles underlying the logic of proof; the chart method; and other methods of analyzing and ordering evidence.
  • Mamuro
Good book for thinking about evidence, but somebody, somewhere, who actually uses the method needs to provide a better example or YouTube demo'ing it.
  • Fomand
Good explanation for a "PROOF" class, but also extremely helpful if you evidence professor is a stickler for things like "chains of inference" etc.... Great prep for trial advocacy as well. Easy read, easy identification of key terms, basically a lengthy hornbook for evidence/proof
  • Vichredag
Please note that the 1991 edition is the first, and not the second as indicated by Amazon. Beware! The date of the second edition is 2005.
  • RuTGamer
My only complaint is that navigation between the main text and the footnotes is not user friendly. Otherwise the text is informative.
  • Wiliniett
Arrived as described.